The Johnny Cash Museum had its official opening in Nashville this week.
The museum was founded by Shannon and Bill Miller who told The Tennessean “Elvis has Graceland, but there was really nothing left anymore for us. We really needed to bring it back to Tennessee. We needed to have something for all of the fans. We’re just really happy to be able to tell the fans there’s a place to come celebrate Johnny Cash and be a part of all of the festivities.”
Cash’s house in Hendersonville burned to the ground in 2007. The museum gives fans a chance to view Cash’s gold records, stage costumes, guitars and personal items.
The Grand Opening for the museum was on May 30. It is situated at 199 Third Avenue South In Nashville.