The Storytellers Museum & Hideaway Farm

The Storytellers Museum is in a general store that the great Red Wortham converted into a recording studio, and that Johnny Cash used as a place for...

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About This Spot

The Storytellers Museum is in a historic building that started as a general store; later, Johnny Cash converted it into his “Little Stage,” where his “Saturday Night in Hickman County” guitar pulls took place. For an unforgettable experience, come see the one-of-a-kind memorabilia and never-before-shown video footage of Johnny Cash; every visit includes a 20-minute LIVE CONCERT!
The Hideaway Farm belonged to Johnny Cash for over thirty years. See the house where he lived, and the place he called “the center of my universe.” Tour the house that was built before the Civil War by the prominent Weems family, founders of the Bon Aqua Springs Resort. The Weems family cemetery is at the back of the property.
Tours include both properties. Both locations can also be rented for concerts, private functions, and other events.

Group Minimum
20
Features
Amenities
Smoke Free
No Alcohol
Group Rates
Web Specials
Military Discounts
AARP Discounts
compDriver
Comped Bus Parking
Admission Fee
$20.95 adult
Hours
Tue - Sat 10:30am-last entry 2:00pm
Minimum Age
free children (10 and under)
Reservations
contact the Museum for reservations