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Songbirds Guitar & Pop Culture Museum

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Songbirds Museum is a self-guided musical and pop-culture experience featuring rare and celebrity-owned guitars, amazing memorabilia, hands-on music exhibits, and an in-depth look at Chattanooga's robust musical history.

Love live music? We also offer a wide array of concerts and other events. Our 250-person venue offers a spectacular listening experience in an intimate one-of-a-kind setting. 

All proceeds benefit our Guitar for Kids program which has provided thousands of free guitars, lessons, and music therapy to kids across the south. 

 

 

 

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Our current exhibits include:

  • The History of the Electric Guitar - Take a trip through the past seven decades to see how the electric guitar helped shape pop culture and change our society.
  • The Science of Sound - Experience hands-on interactive exhibits focused on how the guitar works.
  • The Big 9 - Learn the amazing history of Chattanooga’s once-thriving African American business district nicknamed the “Music Mecca of the South”.
  • The Impressions: “From the Big 9 to the World Stage” - Follow the rise of one of the world’s most influential soul groups from its start in Chattanooga to becoming the soundtrack of America’s Civil Rights Movement. 
  • Celebrity Guitars - Tour our extensive collection of rare and vintage guitars with instruments owned by Chuck Berry, Roy Orbison, Duane Allman, Loretta Lynn, and more!
The Big 9 exhibit
Learn the amazing history of Chattanooga’s once-thriving African American business district nicknamed the “Music Mecca of the South”.
Rare and celebrity guitars
Tour our extensive collection of rare and vintage guitars with instruments owned by Chuck Berry, Roy Orbison, Duane Allman, Loretta Lynn, and more!
History of the electric guitar
Take a trip through the past seven decades to see how the electric guitar helped shape pop culture and change our society.
The Impressions
Follow the rise of one of the world’s most influential soul groups from its start in Chattanooga to becoming the soundtrack of America’s Civil Rights Movement.
The science of sound
Experience hands-on interactive exhibits focused on how the guitar works.
Songbirds Guitar & Pop Culture Museum

For the most up-to-date hours and information, please contact Songbirds Guitar & Pop Culture Museum directly.

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35 Station Street
Chattanooga, TN 37408

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Hours
Wednesday - Sunday, 12–6PM
Dates Closed
Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day

Payment Methods Accepted

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