The country music capital's 'trail' of museums is complete once again with the reopening of the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame.
Tamworth Regional Council (TRC) announced the museum would reopen by appointment only from Tuesday, September 1.
It had been closed to the public since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The reopening of the Hall of Fame marks the final local council-operated museum to get back to business after the coronavirus shutdown.
"Not only is the site here an incredible collection, it also ties in really well with a lot of other sites across the region - so you have the country music wax museum, the national guitar museum and those sites really blend into a country music trail," Ms Blakey said.
The Peel Street centre is home to Tamworth's collection of artefacts spanning a century of country music history.
"The whole reason for these sites is not only collection care and having them available for the public, but that the public can access them and see them," Ms Blakey said.
Individuals, families or small groups can book in to take a look around the Hall of Fame by contacting council on 6766 9696.
But for those who can't make it, TRC is launching a revamped website for the museum to coincide with the reopening.
The website is www.countrymusichalloffame.com.au and has information about the collections and the history behind them, and has a searchable database of exhibits to be added in the future.
"It provides a really great taster of a lot of the content we have so everyone can form their decision around what they want to see, which areas of the museum suit them best and go from there," Ms Blakey said.
The ultimate plan is to have museums fully open to the public again but a phased reopening based on bookings was chosen due to the fluid nature of the COVID-19 pandemic.