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The employees very friendly and informative. The music is full of such interesting memorabilia. You take your time and stroll they the museum reading up on all the different blues players and the impact the blues made in music. No photography allowed inside of building.
It is housed in one of the old railway buildings which was very cool. We enjoyed the museum but we especially enjoyed the room out the back where the students were practicing their music, that was amazing, we just lucked out in arriving on their...More
This Museum is like stepping back into the Delta history. I learned so much today. It has a nice layout and feel to it. Plenty of benches to sit and enjoy the music. The staff is friendly and they give discounts for active duty military...More
You say you like the blues? In this place you will FEEL the blues. Costumes, music, instruments, stories, even some furniture and historic housing tell the story of the delta blues. You can spend an hour or half a day exploring all it has to...More
A well-researched self-guided museum with many artifacts and stories of the early blues musicians. See an example of a mandinka kora all the way through a Resonator guitar and a variety of named Gibson guitars to a guitar ZZ Top had made from one of...More
Why is not a "5" Rating with that Title? Well, the museum is great, but looking at the displays you can tell many need updating. So, to maintain excellence the museum needs to update and improve.
It's worthy of 2 hours of your life to...More