Immerse yourself in country music
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Nashville is the country music capital of the world and there's perhaps no place better to experience it than the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Fortunately, you don't have to make it all the way to Tennessee to revel in their collections. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has plenty of offerings for anyone who wants to enjoy all things country from their own home. Their website offers free videos and podcasts of performances from your favorite artists, a digital archive to explore parts of their collection and even live stream performances. If you want to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in person in the future, here's how to beat the crowds and navigate Nashville like a local.
Tour Frank Lloyd Wright's personal estate
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There is arguably no name more famous or influential in American architecture than Frank Lloyd Wright and perhaps no greater example of his work then the home, school, studio, and garden sanctuary he called Taliesin. Located in Spring Green, Wisconsin, his 800-acre state wasn't just the architecture's home, it served as his creative laboratory and the grounds hold examples of buildings from nearly every decade of his career. If you'd like to explore Taliesin but can't make it to Wisconsin in person, be sure to take the 3D Virtual Reality Tour. Step inside his home, studio, school, and explore the estate grounds. You'll even be treated to several behind the scene areas that are normally closed to the public. We'll bet you didn't know these 14 things about Frank Lloyd Wright's work.
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