A Nashville landmark is pulling up stakes and moving over a few blocks.
Hatch Show Print is going to move into the Country Music Hall of Fame next year.
The Hall of Fame has owned and operated Hatch for about 20 years.
With the renovations at the Hall of Fame, they've designed a space for the iconic printer to operate.
Officials said it made sense to relocate Hatch to the Hall of Fame.
"What you really have in Hatch Show Print is a museum," said Kyle Young, director of the Country Music Hall of Fame. "You have wood blocks that date back to the 1870s, tons of vintage posters, so it really deserved to be in a controlled museum environment."
Hatch Show Print is the second oldest continually operating business in Nashville. It's more than 130 years old. About 30,000 people visit the shop each year.
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