Go Inside the Grand Ole Opry’s Limited-Time Dolly Parton Exhibit

To commemorate Dolly Parton‘s monumental 50th anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry, the Opry is hosting a special exhibit highlighting the legendary entertainer’s time as a member of the Opry family.

Dolly: My Opry Memories is open now through October 31 and features 24 wardrobe pieces worn by the superstar, either on the Opry stage or at events held at the Ryman Auditorium. Additionally, the exhibit includes exclusive photos and rarely seen Opry performance clips.

The exhibit is a must-see for any Dolly Parton fan!

Country Now recently had the chance to go inside the exhibit with Dolly’s Creative Manager, Steve Summers, and her Production Manager, Rebecca Seaver. During our visit, Summers and Seaver opened up about working with the iconic entertainer and everything that went into planning the exhibit as well as what goes into creating Dolly’s fabulous stage wear.

Watch the clip above for a sneak peek of the exhibit and to hear from two very important members of Dolly Parton’s team.

Tickets for Dolly: My Opry Memories only are $17. A $12 ticket is available for those who add it to the purchase of an Opry backstage tour. Fans can visit the Opry’s official website for details.

Dolly: My Opry Memories runs through October 31.

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