Johnny Cash Museum Store
Located inside the Johnny Cash Museum in downtown Nashville, the Johnny Cash Museum Store features memorabilia and souvenirs dedicated to the legendary musician and his career. The store sells a vast array of guaranteed-authentic collectibles and merchandise officially licensed by Johnny Cash’s estate.
Visitors can browse the 850-square-foot (80-square-meter) retail space and find a wide variety of Johnny Cash–related products, such as records (including autographed records), CDs, DVDs, posters, books, apparel, housewares, and more. Videos of various Johnny Cash performances are played regularly. In addition, the store also sells merchandise from other music stars, including Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley, and Jerry Lee Lewis.
The store can be visited independently, but most people combine it with a visit to the Johnny Cash Museum. Many Nashville sightseeing tours include a stop at the museum, along with other top attractions such as the Patsy Cline Museum, the Grand Ole Opry, and the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Things to Know Before You Go
The Johnny Cash Museum Store is a must-visit for fans of the Man in Black.
The museum store is accessible to the general public—no admission ticket necessary.
You can also order items from the store online.
Along with the museum, the store is wheelchair-accessible.
How to Get There
The Johnny Cash Museum Store is located near the entrance to the Johnny Cash Museum, in downtown Nashville and within easy walking distance of many popular attractions. Any number of buses also stop nearby. There is no on-site parking, but numerous paid parking lots are available downtown.
When to Get There
Visit the Johnny Cash Museum Store at any time during regular business hours, which are daily from morning to evening. The store is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The Johnny Cash Museum
The Johnny Cash Museum houses one of the world’s largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts, gathered and catalogued by one of Cash’s closest friends, Bill Miller. See personal items ranging from military uniforms to handwritten love letters. In addition to interactive exhibits, films, and the gift shop, there is also a café on-site.