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Use this passport to travel through country music history in Tennessee

Visit nearly two dozen iconic country music attractions throughout the Volunteer State and discover Tennessee’s Music Pathways.

Birthplace of Country Music Museum Bristol TN
Birthplace of Country Music Museum, Bristol (Photo credit: Tennessee Tourism)

If you’re a country music fan, there’s no better destination to explore than Tennessee—from Elvis Presley’s Graceland and Sun Studio and Memphis to Nashville’s honkytonks and The Grand Ole Opry, the state is steeped in country music history.

The Ken Burns PBS documentary Country Music highlighted more than 20 of these historical attractions in the state, and visitors can now collect stamps at these sites for a chance to win souvenirs like limited-edition Hatch Show Print to a Tennessee Music Pathways-branded guitar.

Country music fans can download a digital passport here or pick up a physical passport at one of Tennessee’s 16 welcome centers or one of the locations featured along the Ken Burns Country Music Pathway.

Iconic country music attractions featured in Country Music and on the passport include:

See a full list of sites and FAQs about the passport program here. Learn more about Tennessee’s Music Pathways here.