This multi-faceted venue is a concert hall, restaurant, bar, nightclub and museum all rolled into one – and has hosted some of the biggest names in country music. Even when not playing, stars like Brad Paisley, Dwight Yoakam, George Jones, Blake Shelton, Garth Brooks and others have been spotted there – sometimes participating in an impromptu jam session. Most nights, though, it’s patrons two-stepping or line dancing on the honky-tonk dance floor. The museum features items related to Owens’ career including guitars, clothes and memorabilia. His 1952 Pontiac convertible (complete with steer horns) is mounted above the bar.
Visit Buck Owens' Crystal Palace