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Madame Tussauds Nashville is a wax attraction that offers guests the unique opportunity to interact with incredibly lifelike iconic figures from the celebrity world of music. With a completely different concept, the attraction in Nashville is the company’s first offering in the US that focuses solely on music icons that have shaped America’s musical landscape.

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madame tussauds nashville logoMadame Tussauds, the world-renowned wax attraction, is now open in Nashville. With a completely different concept, the Nashville location is the beloved brand’s only location that focuses solely on the superstars that have shaped America’s musical landscape.

The star-studded attraction encourages people to take pictures, touch, and get up close and personal with their favorite musicians.

 

The immersive experience makes you, the guest, the star of the show as you take a journey through different genres and eras in America’s musical history alongside a dynamic cast of your favorite icons. Accompanied by vivid and authentic scenery, Madame Tussauds Nashville will transport you to a mid-century recording studio, the original Grand Ole Opry stage in the 1970s, a rock-themed dive bar, the famous Bluebird Café and backstage at a concert.

madame tussauds nashville justin timberlakeThe multi-sensory exhibition is filled with many interactive components that allow you to step into the music, including the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to feel the rush as you perform onstage in front of a crowd with some of today’s biggest country icons backing you up. Your performance will determine whether you leave with thousands of new admiring fans or by being booed off the stage!

Visitors from across the globe have the chance to shake it up with Elvis, play the piano with Stevie Wonder, take a selfie with Katy Perry or dance with Justin Timberlake, and are encouraged to take pictures, touch and have fun with the figures. Madame Tussauds is an ideal group experience and captures the essence of “Music City” by taking you on a musical journey from the 50s to today. Opry Mills offers free parking to motor coaches and the attraction is located directly across the street from the Grand Ole Opry Plaza. Group and tour operator rates are available as well as educational workshops for school groups.

Many of the 48+ musical heavy-hitters at this star-studded attraction were announced as part of the brand’s newest locale in fun and exciting locations across the US. Some of the music royalty hitting the stage at Madame Tussauds Nashville include Beyoncé, Carrie Underwood, Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Johnny Cash and Bruce Springsteen.

madame tussauds nashville minnie pearlSeveral celebrities have joined forces with Madame Tussauds Nashville to have a little fun and debut their figures – multi-talented entertainer, Reba McEntire, had her figure stand in for her during a sound check at her Vegas show at Caesar’s Palace. Luke Bryan had his figure on stage at the 2017 ACM Awards and pulled a little trick on co-host Dirks Bentley. Trisha Yearwood served as host for the Grand Opening and revealed her gorgeous wax look-a-like in the attraction with hundreds of fans and media present. And most recently, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill met their wax twins backstage when they brought their 2017 Soul2Soul tour home to Nashville on August 5th, 2017.

The unrivaled craftsmanship of each figure is truly an experience not to be missed. Each Madame Tussauds figure is a work of art, involving teams of professional artists and sculptors who spend months on extensive research and take more than 300 measurements to recreate world-famous icons to achieve the kind of astonishing realism that has been at the heart of the 250-year Madame Tussauds’ legacy.

To stay apprised of all Madame Tussauds Nashville happenings, connect with the attraction on social media and on their website: MadameTussauds.com/Nashville.

Photos courtesy of Madame Tussauds Nashville
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