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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
per adult Price is $28
Duration: 1d Free cancellation available No Booking Fees Print Voucher Print Voucher

Highlights

  • All-ages interactive music and museum experience

  • The Garage is a hands-on space with 12 instrument stations

  • Collections from classic and current artist and performers

  • Brand new Hall of Fame floor features Inductee signatures

  • Onsite cafe and museum store open daily

Highlights

  • All-ages interactive music and museum experience

  • The Garage is a hands-on space with 12 instrument stations

  • Collections from classic and current artist and performers

  • Brand new Hall of Fame floor features Inductee signatures

  • Onsite cafe and museum store open daily

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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Activity Location

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

1100 East 9th Street

Cleveland 44114

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  • Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

    1100 East 9th Street

    Cleveland 44114


Description

Rock’s highest honor plays on at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Take a trip through the soundtrack of your life with spotlights on musical legends, rock’s originators, and some of your new favorites. Then turn your tour up to 11 inside the all new Garage - where you can pick up real gear, learn to play a riff, or jam with our band. This latest hands-on experience is for fans of all ages – whether you’re a beginner or can really shred, it’s now your turn to play. And all new this fall, check out exhibit Play it Loud: Instruments of Rock and Roll. Co-organized with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, this exhibit spotlights instruments that are as iconic as the musicians who played them. Fans can explore how they defined a musician’s sound, elevated their identity, and can even witness the wild aftermath of the ultimate rock gesture, smashing guitars.

The following health and safety protocols are currently in place:

  • CLEan Committed including daily continuous cleaning
  • Hand sanitizing stations throughout the building
  • Safe social distancing
  • Temperature checks prior to entry
  • Masks required of staff and fans
  • Limited capacity with timed ticketing
  • Plexiglass shields at check out
  • Credit card and mobile payment only

Inclusions

  • Admission to Rock & Roll Hall of Fame


Know Before You Book

  • Children 5 and younger are complimentary.

  • This activity is wheelchair accessible.

  • Exhibits may vary. The museum augments its own collection of thousands of artifacts with items on loan from artists and collectors from around the world.

  • Hours of operation are 10 AM–5:30 PM. Extended hours in the summer on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. and additional extended hours in July and August.

  • Check www.rockhall.com for full list of dates with extended hours as well as blackout dates.


Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ratings based on 155 Verified Reviews

4.6 out of 5

3/5 Jun 17, 2020

Compared to other HoF’s, average. Organization of the museum and the exhibits could be better. The exhibit about “Why Cleveland?” Should be closer to the beginning of the “journey” about Rock music. The identity of Rock music as a genre is lost in some areas of the museum and exhibits. Only R&R inductees should be the MAIN feature-otherwise it should be called, “The Rock and Roll Museum.” Acoustics were poor. I should not be hearing the Beatles and Stones music when I’m looking at the “Philly Sound” exhibit. I understand you want to appeal to younger people by having non inductee “stuff” like Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift. Now you start to get into a whole fusion of all these music genres with R&R music? Why not throw in the classical masters and their influence on some Rock groups? Crazy! I can understand the beginnings/history of R&R influences—like white English boys who wanted to be like Black entertainers/singer song writers and covered THEIR music! That’s a whole other direction, ne

Richard W

United States

4/5 Mar 2, 2020

Staff were kind, welcoming, and enthusiastic. I wish it offered either an app or portable device to use in order to listen. I did not like being tethered to the wall or feeling like I was holding someone up. Overall great experience that I highly recommend. Tip- get your parking validated for a discount.

Melissa V

United States