The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is Expanding, Integrating with the Omni Nashville Hotel
Monday, August 26, 2013
If you have your mind set on a downtown Nashville wedding, then we have some fantastic news for you!
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's event space is expanding. As a matter of fact, it’s more than doubling in size. I had the opportunity to speak with Mary Ann Chipkevich, marketing coordinator of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, about the details of the expansion, and I was in awe at the amazing details she provided.
In addition to its already spectacular wedding spaces such as - The Curb Conservatory and Courtyard and the Hall of Fame Rotunda - the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will now offer three new wedding space rentals.
Mary Ann recommends utilizing each of these spaces in conjunction for a full ceremony, cocktail hour and dinner reception so that your guests can smoothly transition from one event to the next. Construction on these spaces is scheduled to be complete in October, but the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is already taking wedding day reservations.
As if this expansion wasn’t already spectacular enough, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is also integrating with the brand new Omni Nashville Hotel, a gorgeous four-star accommodation set to open its doors on October 1. This is a HUGE bonus for the Nashville wedding scene.
The Omni Nashville Hotel will be directly connected to The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, with doors opening on 5th Avenue, and will feature over 800 luxurious hotel rooms, five culinary and entertainment venues, a relaxing spa and a rooftop pool deck with spectacular views of the city.
If you decide to have your wedding ceremony and/or reception at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, think of how convenient this will be for your wedding party and guests if they can simply walk down a connecting hallway to their hotel room after your rehearsal dinner and/or wedding reception. Also, if any of your guests need to return to their hotel room for any reason during the reception, they can quickly do this and still have time to get back to the festivities.
With Omni’s prime downtown location, your out-of-town guests can take advantage of some of Nashville’s finest attractions. They can take a tour of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum before the wedding. If they feel like venturing out further, they can catch a show at the Ryman Auditorium and for some late night fun they can check out the honkey-tonk bars on Broadway.
These new expansions and this wonderful union of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Omni Nashville Hotel are a win not only for you, but also for your wedding party, your guests and your entire wedding experience overall.
Make sure to check out all the great services the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has to offer for your big day. For additional details on the new additions or to inquire on booking one of the amazing new event spaces, contact the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum by phone at 615-416-2034 or by email.