Tim McGraw and Faith Hill fans, better start planning your trips to Nashville: The country music power couple will be the subject of a special exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in late 2017 and early 2018. The organization revealed the news on Thursday (Jan. 12), during their week of announcements about their 2017 programming.

McGraw and Hill's Country Music Hall of Fame exhibit is scheduled to open on Nov. 17 and run through May 13, 2018. On Thursday morning, just after the news of their exhibit was announced, both McGraw and Hill tweeted out an old black-and-white photo of themselves together; they're in white shirts, jeans and cowboy boots, sitting on the ground and laughing.

"Where it all started ...," Hill writes; McGraw adds, "Excited for the @CountryMusicHOF to show you more."

McGraw and Hill celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary in October of 2016; during the same week, the pair received stars on the Music City Walk of Fame and hosted a sold-out “surprise” concert at the Ryman Auditorium to announce a co-headlining tour, which will begin in April. Near the end of 2016, fans got to hear a new duet from the couple, in the trailer for the upcoming new movie The Shack, in which McGraw also has a starring role.

Each year, the Country Music Hall of Fame features rotating exhibits about country music’s stars of today. In 2017, to celebrate its 50th anniversary, the organization is releasing its entire slate of planned exhibits for the year in one week (Jan. 9-13), instead of revealing plans throughout the year; so far, the Hall of Fame has shared plans for exhibits about Jason AldeanShania Twain and Loretta Lynn. Fans can follow along with the week’s announcements on the Hall of Fame’s website and social media accounts, and enter to win trips to each exhibit’s opening reception.

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