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This visit was a huge surprise. I expected a small exhibit that would take fifteen minutes to go through in spite of the admonition from the welcoming / clerk that it would take 45 minutes and I spent 90 minutes and felt I did not...More
If you are a 'beginner', interested to learn more about the history of music and its development in Memphis, this is not tje place for you. There are costumes of unknown artists, some attributes and some screens repeating videos. On maybe 200 square meters. Very...More
This is twinned with the Rock n Soul Museum (for tickets). It is centrally located, well appointed and in reasonably close proximity to other sights in the centre of Memphis. It is well laid out and flows easily. It is predominantly a collection of memorabilia...More
Located between the Hard Rock Cafe Shop and Lansky's Clothes store, this is a one level music hall of fame. For the $10 or so it costs to visit, might be worth it to see all the costumes and learn new interesting facts. It obviously...More
This is next to the Hard Rock Café in Beale Street. It’s worth a visit, but don’t expect to see anything new here. It’s not a big place and to call it a museum is really to over dignify it. There’s a few displays of...More
We had a little extra time before dinner so we decided to check this out - it's a quick little museum that highlights a variety of the different stars that got their start in Memphis. Definitely check it out if you are looking for something...More
We were disappointed in this museum and felt that with all the people who have been inducted into the Music Hall of Fame there could have been a lot more displays. What was there was very well done. Sadly we only knew few of the...More
We had some time to kill before seeing another attraction and this was close by so we checked it out. We did not get the combo ticket due to time restrictions. There was certainly some cool memorabilia and stage costumes there. We didn’t take time...More
Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for youth (5-17). There are also $1 discounts for AAA, AARP and military. There is also a combo rate with the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum, located one block away and developed by the... More
Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for youth (5-17). There are also $1 discounts for AAA, AARP and military. There is also a combo rate with the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum, located one block away and developed by the Smithsonian Institution which offers both museums for only $17.