We are the world's only museum dedicated to rock and roll - the foremost cultural movement of our time.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame was created in 1983. Cleveland was chosen for the location because of disc jockey Alan Freed, who was known for promoting the new genre called “Rock and Roll.”
It's the VIP room every musician wants to get into. This music mecca boasts a remarkable roster of icons, whose costumes (like MJ's glove), handwritten lyrics and other relics are displayed.
Go to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and see the clothing, instruments, pictures, hand written lyrics and other special exhibits that shaped Rock and Roll's history.
Reserve most of your time for the first floor, don't rush through it! The rest of the floors are interesting, but first is definitely the best!
If you're planning on going more than once, consider getting a Membership. Most of the Membership Fee is tax deductible, and pays for itself quickly. It's also great to have when out-of-towners visit!
In 1995, the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame opened its permanent home, after going without since its inception in 1983. Archiving and preserving music history for nearly 30 years, the Hall is a treasure.
New exhibits, new programs, live performances and of course, the world's largest single collection of rock and roll memorabilia.
They don't let you take pictures once you're inside.
Try to catch as much of the 25th Anniversary concert video as you can. If you are short on time, you can buy it on DVD. – Sony Music
People come from all over to visit this hotspot! Customers that tour this museum get a mix of music, fashion and architecture. Check in during your next visit.
There is a hiphop wall on the lower flr near the michael jackson glove...its small but amazing!! Don't miss it
The Rock Hall's Rolling Stones: 50 Years of Satisfaction exhibit opens May 24, 2013!
Check out the childhood drawings of Jimi Hendrix and the stage outfits of many artists.
Great lunch options available in the cafe.
I would recommend to anyone. It has a nice variety of rock for all generations to admire!
Students get a discount (with ID). Tix $17
Great place to visit
Staff is very rude and tickets are overpriced. Not coming back again, not worth it. I can get more of my money's worth on Wikipedia and iTunes.
If this is your first time, check out all of the 1st floor memorabilia. Be sure to return if one of your favorite artists is the featured exhibit; the museum does a great job on the features.
It is by far an experience one shouldn't miss. It was a bucket list item I would do again....
You're sure to find Soul Train veterans honored here including Ike & Tina Turner, Stevie Wonder, Al Green and Aretha Franklin among many others.
I enjoyed this museum of all the greats that we're fortunate to be inducted here. - Penina Mezei
Photos ARE allowed inside. Flash photographs & video NOT permitted.
The 150,000 square-foot museum features 7 floors, 4 theaters for films, special events and free public programs and ever-changing exhibits - plus, you can even rent the Rock Hall for a special event.
Roots of Hip Hop educational program is very engaging and informative for students and chaperones.
Marines are everywhere – even in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The Everly Brothers were one of the first 10 artists inducted into the HOF, and they proudly served as Marines in the mid-1960s.
Food is below average Museum standards.....no service what so ever. Get a good bite before or afterwards
If you are a music lover of any style not just rock and roll you need to do this at least once. Things from Michael Jackson's Thriller jacket to alot of handwritten lyrics and a tons of other stuff.
Pretty interesting except the Britney Spears costume display, sorry, she's not Rock N' Roll.
Very nice collection of posters, especially psychadelic ones. There's a few from very famous graphic artists such as Wes Wilson famous for his poster for the Byrds. A must see for graphic designers.
Ask to see the Lettercamp exhibit.
Worth every penny!!!!!!!
Wicked fun! I great look at the history of music, and they usually have a spotlight artist or exhibit!
amazing!!! we went for the rolling stones 50th anniversary exhibition! truely amazing! the rock hall was awesome!
I know its only Rock and Roll, but I like it !!!
Great place to kill sometime; even if you don't want to drop $20 to get in, you can still see displayes and there is a really cool park behind the muesum! Right on the lake!
The women who rock exhibit is incredible! its a must see! Don't miss it!!!!
Definitely a must-do. Being from Austin, it was especially nice to see an entire exhibit on Austin City Limits.
Give yourself at least 2 hours to go thru!! It's awesome though :)
Be sure to take advantage of the coat check in winter. It's free and really let's you wander around comfortably!
Amazing museum even if your not a fan of rock and roll. It set up in a way where you see everything. 6 floors of fun history info and memorabilia. The staff is very enthusiastic. 22 a person.
Awesome! Need minimum of 4 hours. Gift shop is also a huge music store (remember those!) with vinyl. Got Devo's Freedom of Choice album (new pressing but still).
Well worth the admission and the 6 hour drive from Chicago. Just remember take all the pic you want but NO FLASH!!!!!!!
Cool place :) You can take pics inside, just no flash allowed.
The inductees film is rather long, but totally worth the time. One of the best parts of the museum.