The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is always looking for friendly faces to join our volunteer team. Essential to the Museum’s success, volunteers contribute valuable skills and knowledge to the world’s largest, popular music museum. From greeting visitors, to assisting with programs, to supporting behind-the-scenes, volunteers are an integral part of the Museum’s success. Whatever your interests and background, there are volunteer opportunities available that match your skills.
The Country Music Hall of Fame(r) and Museum exists to preserve, celebrate, and share the important cultural asset that is country music. We're caretakers and dedicated custodians of this enduring art form.
In addition to world class galleries, the museum has the 776-seat CMA Theater, the 213-seat Ford Theater, the Taylor Swift Education Center, and multi-purpose event rental spaces in high demand. Other historic properties of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum include the legendary letterpress operation Hatch Show Print (located inside the museum) and Historic RCA Studio B (located on famed Music Row), Nashville’s oldest surviving recording studio, where landmark recordings by Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, Waylon Jennings, and many others were made.
Since 1987, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, certifying that the museum operates according to the highest standards, manages its more than two million-item collection responsibly, and provides quality service to the public. Of the 17,500 museums nationwide, only some 1,000 are accredited.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has developed multiple platforms to make its collection accessible to a wider audience. From weekly instrument demonstrations to its flagship songwriting program for schools, Words & Music, the museum offers a full schedule of educational programs.