The Johnny Cash Museum grand opening represents a major moment for Cash fans. His house burned down in 2007, leaving fans without any real destination to visit, according to Shannon Miller, who founded the museum with her husband, Bill.
“Elvis has Graceland, but there was really nothing left anymore for us,” Miller said. “We really needed to bring it back to Tennessee.”
The museum features a treasure trove of Cash memorabilia acquired through various donors and collectors. The Johnny Cash Museum is at 119 Third Ave. S. and is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.