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Free Admission If you love THE DUKES OF HAZZARD (And Americans of all ages do), you will love a visit to Cooter's Place. This is Nashville's one and only Dukes of Hazzard Museum and Shop, operated by none other than ol'Cooter himself. Ben Jones, who...more
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Smaller museum with some interesting memorabilia from the Dukes of Hazard TV show. If you are looking for some knik knacks to take back home - this is a cool place to check out. It offers photo ops to be taken with the General Lee...More
This is a fun stop for anyone who loved the tv show The Dukes of Hazzard. There are some signed items for sale. It’s full of memorabilia and has some neat options in the gift shop. Some items skew a little to close to love...More
Always watched Dukes of Hazzard as a kid.......Love Nashville. The museum is fun to walk around and see all the old school stuff. They even have a gift shop with just about everything in it to buy. Nashville is a one of the best vacation...More
If you are a Dukes of Hazzard fan then this is the place for you. The General Lee, the Dukes and every piece of memorabilia you can think of. I saw some of my old Dukes toys from when I was a kid. It's a...More
If you were iof Dukes generation this is a must see. You will be amazed at the merchandise that was created around this show. We were there ten years ago and it was still just as much fun this time as well.
If you watched the Dukes of Hazzard when you were younger, you'll enjoy the museum. If you didn't watch the show, I would skip it because you won't "get it". The museum is more heavy on toys and collectibles than actual historical items from the...More
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The resort across from Cooter's is the Gaylord Opryland Resort. It is a NICE resort, but it is pricey. The Gaylord will jack up the price on Tuesday nights because the Grand 'Ole Opry (which is near the Gaylord) has shows... More
The resort across from Cooter's is the Gaylord Opryland Resort. It is a NICE resort, but it is pricey. The Gaylord will jack up the price on Tuesday nights because the Grand 'Ole Opry (which is near the Gaylord) has shows on Tuesday and Saturday nights.
They have three different wings. They have a boat ride inside of the resort. Food is good. Drinks are a little high, but all of Nashville is a tourist trap and you will pay for it. On the same road past Cooter's just a few blocks down is a Wyndam properties resort. Be careful there, they may try an sell you a timeshare. You can buy a Fun Vacation discounted ticket but you got to sit through a 90 minute timeshare presentation to get it - huh, that 90 minute turned into a 4 hours waste of time. I'd rather enjoy my vacation and spend full price. We did get discounted tickets. Go there for the brouchure on things to do, just don't do the Wyndam Destination timeshare. Willy Nelson has a t-shirt shop next to Cooter's as well. Neat place for Duke' of Hazzard fans. Periodically the cast members will show up for autograph sessions.