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Nashville, Tennessee: Charlie Daniels Museum (Closed)

"A walk through the life of one of the most down-home, patriotic men in country music today." Most people know Charlie from "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and his right-wing politics.

Reported closed since late 2011.

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Charlie Daniels Museum

The museum is now closed and has been replaced by a saloon.

[Larry, 07/03/2012]

Raccoon with a fiddle.

Charlie Daniels Museum

Nashville knows how to do a "museum." Also enjoyed the Dukes of Hazard and Willie Nelson museum, which are essentially fan collections in the back of souvenir shops.

[KentuckYeti, 09/25/2010]

Charlie Daniels Museum

Charlie Daniels Museum

While this has several items and personal photos of Mr. Daniels, the main portion of the museum is a store. Nonetheless, it is free and worthy of going through if you are in the area.

[Shannon Moore, 01/25/2010]

Most people know Charlie from his hit song, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," and his right-wing politics.

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