This was the best tour, we learned so much about printing and the history of Nashville . The girls who provided our tour were funny and entertaining and just so sweet to my kids. It was facinating and I would highly recommend it!!
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We love just going and looking around this unique place. Great old posters. FYI -- you can enter from the hall leading from the lobby at the Omni Hotel. Also a great store called the Five & Tenn next to the Hatch Show Print.
I so loved this tour! We had Nievas and Steve (I think!) and their love for the process and the history really showed. It was so interesting to learn about this process, the history, and how it is used today. You won't be disappointed, I...More
This is situated in the Country Music Hall of Fame, so definitely worth popping in. We didn’t do the tour but could still see all the old printing presses from the shop. And bought a poster from the shop (they’ll sell you a cardboard tube...More
Love everything about this place! It's located inside the Country Music Hall of Fame building. I stumbled upon it while making my way through the corridor from the Omni Hotel to the CMHF. I was drawn toward the picture windows that give you a generous...More
Missed the tour by about 15 minutes, but thoroughly enjoyed wandering through the shop, peering into the printery side, and shopping for a few souvenirs. If you like show posters, letterpress printing, or just need a quick indoor activity while in Nashville that doesn't involve...More
I had visited this place before, years ago when it was near the old Ryman. But I actually love the new location - inside the Country Music Hall of Fame building. Their history of printing iconic posters is amazing - but to see them still...More
We were told we had to stop here by friends. They were right! Unfortunately we were there during the eclipse (with about a million other people) so the tours were filled up through the entire duration of our visit. However, the staff in the actual...More
This was an interesting way to learn about printing and an important piece of Nashville's history. The tour is very neat and we were able to watch one of the Designers working. They still use the same techniques as when they were founded and the...More
Have been a fan of "hatch" style posters for decades...but never sought out and visited. SO, finding ourselves in Nashville, we plunged into the Hatch experience. Took the tour, made a print AND listened to some great history while working on the print. I was...More