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Memphis Music Hall of Fame

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Memphis Music Hall of Fame

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See top Memphis attractions without having to worry about renting a car on this tour with included downtown Memphis hotel pickup and drop-off. Cruise through the city as you pass by sights such as the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated; and A. Schwab, a Memphis shopping institution.
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binkley007 wrote a review Jul 2020
USA142 contributions39 helpful votes
We bought the combination ticket with the Rock N' Soul..... so it may have been worth the $6 dollars we paid but would not have been wroth $8 if we paid the full price. This is small and lacking exhibits. The signage is small and placed in odd places near the floor which makes it difficult to read. This museum can be seen in less than 30 minutes. I can't recommend the time and money.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Dana R wrote a review Mar 2020
Baton Rouge, Louisiana28 contributions4 helpful votes
Short visit but was nice. Lots of stage costumes to look at. There's alot of videos to look and listen too that showed interviews and live music performances. A mix of rap groups and artists memorabilia that adds to how the industry has evolved.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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asj100 wrote a review Nov 2019
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom38 contributions45 helpful votes
This is a good half day to visit and see it all. If you are in to music, this is a must see location.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Joe H wrote a review Oct 2019
DeWitt, New York879 contributions645 helpful votes
You buy your tickets at street level adjacent to the Hard Rock Cafe, then go upstairs to see the exhibits. I spent about 30 minutes here at a leisurely pace and ran out of stuff to see. Yes, there are a few interesting objects on display, like Elvis's suitcase phone and 2/3 of Jerry Lee Lewis's car, but mostly there are costumes and instruments. What is notably missing are displays for each member of the hall of fame. I am accustomed to halls of fame where you walk along and see a photo or plaque for each member, with a description of their accomplishments. Not so here. There is a list of the members in the lobby where you buy your ticket, but that's about it. In the exhibit area there is a large video touch screen where you can select a member to view material about them, but only one can be seen at a time and only one visitor can use the screen at a time. It just doesn't fit my concept of a hall of fame. This small, randomly organized museum did not appeal to me.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Andrew_Madsen wrote a review Aug 2019
Northbrook, Illinois10 contributions2 helpful votes
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 do it justice. This was an absolutely wonderful trip through the history of a genre of music that was the primary influence on modern rock. Where it began an how it developed is what this place is about. A must see for any lover of rock, soul, or the blues.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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