The Grand Ole Opry Museum
This beautiful and historical museum used to be located across from the Opry, which is now closed. This beautiful museum closed down after the great flood in Nashville, May 2010. We (Billy & Sharon) visited Nashville,Tennessee in 2004, shortly after Redd passed away, and had the pleasure of visiting this beautiful museum. There was a lot of history in the museum of how traditional Country music was born. Below are pictures we took while we were there.  
Billy & Sharon Stewart (All Rights Reserved)

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Front entrance to Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Inside front door of Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

WSM Grand Ole Opry microphone stand (2004)

Redd's third grand daughter, Jenny, at WSM microphone stand.  (2004)

1950s & 1960's Music Display Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Pee Wee King & Redd Stewart (writers of 'Tennessee Waltz') Little Jimmy Dickens (left) (2004)

Near the front of museum - WSM microphone stand (2004)

Hanging on the wall by front of Grand Ole Opry Museum inside front door. L-R: Stringbean, Pee Wee King & Lefty Frizzell (2004)

Barbara Mandrell Display (Grand Ole Opry Museum - 2004)

Hickory Records - 'Tennessee Waltz' written by Redd Stewart & Pee Wee King (Grand Ole Opry Museum Display 2004)

(2004) Grand Ole Opry Display of some of the pioneers of Country music - Fred Rose, Little Jimmy Dickens, Roy Acuff, Hank Williams, Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart

Alan Jackson Display - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Barbara Mandrell, Garth Brooks Display (Grand Ole Opry Museum - 2004)

Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly & Loretta Lynn Display (Grand Ole Opry Museum - 2004)

Marty Robbins Display - Grand
Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Marty Robbins Race Car Engine -
Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s & 1990s Music Display (Eddy Arnold, Roy Acuff, Ray Charles, Fred Rose & others - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Clint Black Pickup Truck - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Guitar & Fiddle Display - Grand
Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Marty Robbins Display - Grand 
Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Acuff-Rose Display - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

(L-R) Hank Williams, Elvis Presley, Loretta Lynn Display - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Panther Deville - This 1977 Panther DeVille was custom built for Marty Robbins in England. The 12 cylinder vehicle, equipped with a Jaguar engine, is one of only seven Panthers in the United States and the only white one. Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Minnie Pearl Wax Figure - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Patsy Cline Display - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Minnie Pearl Display - Grand Ole
Opry Museum (2004)

Vince Gill & Reb McEntire Display
Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Marty Robbins Nudie Suit Display -
Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Grand Ole Opry Member Clint Black Pickup Truck - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Little Jimmy Dickens Display - Grand

Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Marty Robbins Race Car - Grand
Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Mock Recording Session From Days Gone By - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Panther Deville - This 1977 Panther DeVille was custom built for Marty Robbins in England. The 12 cylinder vehicle, equipped with a Jaguar engine, is one of only seven Panthers in the United States and the only white one. Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Patsy Cline Display - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Hank Williams & His Drifting Cowboys - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

WSM Grand Ole Opry Display - Grand

Ole Opry Museum (2004)

Clint Black, Travis Tritt, Randy Travis Display - Grand Ole Opry Museum (2004)

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