Patsy Cline Museum
Located right about the Johnny Cash Museum you will find a museum unique to any other in the country, the Patsy Cline Museum!
What makes this museum so special? It presents never before seen personal belongings, artifacts, and memorabilia from the too-short life of country-pop music icon, Patsy Cline.
Walking around the museum your group will learn all about Cline's death in 1963, at the young age of 30. You can even see the watch she was wearing during that infamous plane crash. You will also see such items as the Great Wall of records, including her first hit, I Fall to Pieces, as well as the Key to NYC she received, the Vegas Collection including her outfit, dice, and shot glass from the visit, and a booth from her teenage job at Gaunt's Drug Store.
The location of this museum isn't just important because it provides easy access to the Cash Museum below, but it is also located just blocks from Tootsie's Orchard Lounge, the spot in which Cline's husband, Charlie Dick, hear Willie Nelson's 'Crazy', a song that we all know now from Patsy Cline's mesmerizing remake.