Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum Plans More Improvements
December 9, 2016 at 1:11 PM (PT)
If you thought that bathroom remodel at home was frighteningly expensive, it could be worse: you could be the COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM (CMHOF). The facility in downtown NASHVILLE has 10 restrooms spanning four floors, and they haven’t been upgraded since the CMHOF opened in 2001. In the past 15 years, an estimated 8.5 million million visitors have passed through the doors. The 10 restrooms will soon be spruced up at an estimated cost of $1 million, an effort that continues the CMHOF’s ongoing improvements to an already impressive building, and which have helped increase traffic. More than a million people have come to the MUSEUM in each of the past two years.
In 2014, the MUSEUM completed a $100 million, 210,000 square foot expansion that doubled its original size, and connected it to the OMNI HOTEL next door.