Museum to Put Up Major Taylor Swift Exhibit

Items include the “Juliet balcony” that Taylor used to fly over audiences during “Love Story.”

courtesy CMHOF

Very few 22-year-olds get their own exhibit in a nationally renowned museum. Then again, few 22-year-olds have sold more than 22 million albums and 50 million digital tracks.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will open its first major Taylor Swift exhibit June 6, perhaps not coincidentally just before this year's CMA Music Festival in Nashville kicks off.
 
The exhibit is called Taylor Swift: Speak Now—Treasures From the World Tour. And it features Taylor's stuff from—you guessed it—her 2011-2012 Speak Now Tour, which hit 19 countries on four continents.
 
That means fans can see things small and large from the tour, including the mallet she used to ring the bells for "Haunted" and the "Juliet balcony" she used to soar above fans when she performed "Love Story."
 
Taylor recently pledged $4 million to support the museum's education initiatives.
 
Her exhibit will be open through Nov. 4.
 

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