Nashville

Storytellers Museum and Hideaway Farm

Johnny Cash. The very name evokes memories of that deep, calm bass-baritone voice with the crossover appeal to country music fans, gospel fans, and rock and rollers alike. The man with the trademark all black stage wardrobe once owned a small building with a little stage where he held small concerts for the community. That building has been lovingly restored and visitors today will hear a live musical performance on that very stage. In-house performers include Mark Alan Cash, David Langley, and Rachel Dawson and you’ll be treated to a concert by one or more of these excellent voices.

Exhibits at the museum feature Johnny Cash memorabilia and guitars, an Elvis Presley memorial, and the Brezinka Exhibit. Wayne Brezinka creates and sculpts mixed media, collage and vintage items into unique images. See the excellent examples of his work here at the museum in the portraits of Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, and Chris Stapleton.

Hideaway Farm is the place Cash called “the center of my universe.” Take a journey back in time as you walk through this house built before the Civil War, that was Johnny’s home for 30 years. You’ll get an intimate view of his life as you view the many artifacts still in their original positions. Visit the Cinnamon Hill gallery, displaying rare photographs of Cash and his family and friends at his Jamaican home. The Car Shed is original to the property and now houses Johnny Paycheck’s and Minnie Pearl’s Cadillacs, Johnny Cash’s final Mercedes, and Vivian Cash’s last Cadillac.

Round out your excursion by seeing the One Piece at a Time Car and the Key Box, followed by a visit to the Weems family grave in a corner of the property.

Hours: Winter Hours, Saturday Only, 10am (last entry at 2pm)
Location: 9676 Old Highway 46 Bon Aqua, TN 37025

Johnny Cash. The very name evokes memories of that deep, calm bass-baritone voice with the crossover appeal to country music fans, gospel fans, and rock and rollers alike. The man with the trademark all black stage wardrobe once owned a small building with a little stage where he held small concerts for the community. That building has been lovingly restored and visitors today will hear a live musical performance on that very stage. In-house performers include Mark Alan Cash, David Langley, and Rachel Dawson and you’ll be treated to a concert by one or more of these excellent voices.

Exhibits at the museum feature Johnny Cash memorabilia and guitars, an Elvis Presley memorial, and the Brezinka Exhibit. Wayne Brezinka creates and sculpts mixed media, collage and vintage items into unique images. See the excellent examples of his work here at the museum in the portraits of Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, and Chris Stapleton.

Hideaway Farm is the place Cash called “the center of my universe.” Take a journey back in time as you walk through this house built before the Civil War, that was Johnny’s home for 30 years. You’ll get an intimate view of his life as you view the many artifacts still in their original positions. Visit the Cinnamon Hill gallery, displaying rare photographs of Cash and his family and friends at his Jamaican home. The Car Shed is original to the property and now houses Johnny Paycheck’s and Minnie Pearl’s Cadillacs, Johnny Cash’s final Mercedes, and Vivian Cash’s last Cadillac.

Round out your excursion by seeing the One Piece at a Time Car and the Key Box, followed by a visit to the Weems family grave in a corner of the property.

Hours: Winter Hours, Saturday Only, 10am (last entry at 2pm)
Location: 9676 Old Highway 46 Bon Aqua, TN 37025

ADULT:

$21.90

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adult:

$21.90

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