The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum, Cleveland

About The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum, Cleveland

The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum, Cleveland - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 1100 East 9th Street, Cleveland, OH 44114, United States

Phone: +1-2167817625

Ticket Price: 22 USD

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Time Required: 05:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm Details

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Dedicated to music artists, producers, engineers and others who have in some way or the other have influenced the music industry; it was made open to public in 1995.

Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Museum has seven levels–each level celebrating music and its evolution over a period of time.

  • Lower Level: Ahmet M. Ertegun, it is the main gallery with exhibitions on the roots of Rock n Roll, cities that have had impact on Rock n Roll music, Soul music, Atlantic records, Mid-west music, protests held against Rock n Roll, Individual artists like Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and others and two theatres.
  • First Floor: It has a stage that Museum uses for hosting various events throughout the year and an exhibit called “Right Here, Right Now” that focuses on contemporary artists.
  • Second Floor: Interactive kiosks that tell visitors about the songs that made a great impact on Rock n Roll and an exhibit on artists like Les Paul, Alan Freed, Sam Phillips.
  • Third Floor: Hall of Fame exhibit, a wall showcasing the signatures of all the Inductees, a theatre and an exhibit that displays achievements of Inductees.
  • Fourth Floor: A state of the art 3D theatre–Foster Theatre.
  • Fifth and Sixth Floors: Dedicated to temporary exhibits.

The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum Information

  • Smoking is prohibited in the premises.
  • Do not carry any backpack, purse or any luggage along.
  • Cell phones should be on silent/vibration at all times during your visit.

The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum Ticket Prices

  • Museum is available on rent if you would like to host a wedding reception, parties or a business conference.
  • Adults accompanying kids will be given free admission (1 for every 10 kids).
  • Bus drivers and tour directors are given free admission (along with the group).
  • Members have free entry
  • For Adult: $22
  • Greater Cleveland Residents (440, 441, 442 or 443 zip codes with ID): $18
  • For Seniors (65+) & Military with valid ID: $178
  • Children (9-12): $13
  • Children (up to 8 years) free entry (with Adult admission).
  • Special rates apply for group tours of 20+ people. Contact Group Sales Department (216) 515-1228 for more information and reservation. Give at least two weeks’ notice along with information with regard to visitors who might require any assistance. Adults $17.75; Seniors (65+) $15; Students/Youth (9-18) $12; Students/Youth (up to 8 years) have free entry (with Adult admission); Cleveland Metropolitan School District Student Groups (9-18) free entry.

How To reach The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum by Public Transport

  • Bus# 64 will take you directly to Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame.
  • Bus# 39, 39F, 60, 239 to E 9th St & Shoreway EB on-Ramp.

Restaurants Near The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame And Museum

  • Rock Hall Cafe, located on the third floor of the Museum.
  • Malley's Chocolates
  • Urban Farmer
  • Blue Point Grille (reservation required)
  • Winks Bar and Grille
  • Pho Thang Cafe
  • The Flaming Ice Cube
  • Osteria de Valerio and Al

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  • The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is a monument to some of the greatest contributors to rock music. I recently visited for the third time, and I am always fascinated with the history behind the music we listen to. The Hall is laid out chronologically and gives credit to both rock's pioneers and icons, with significant attention to detail and accuracy. On display is an extensive collection of iconic memorabilia from the the recognized and influential bands and musicians, as well as rare photos and videos. There are listening stations on each floor to listen to new music you may have discovered, a feature I really found convenient. On a side note, I dislike the Hall's recent focus on other genres of music as it takes away from the novelty.

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  • Great place to visit. Kids loved it. Would be nice to have a few more updated interactive things. Was hard to hear in some of the booths with the ambient news and other music playing outside of them. Prices are fairly reasonable. Was our first time in Cleveland. Nice city.

  • Totally worth visiting if you're at all interested in Rock and Roll. The multimedia exhibits they host are informative and a delight to the senses as they take you through the most significant players in Rock's turbulent history. Starting from it's southern roots pretty much all the way to present day. There's a boatload of interesting items here for you to peruse: instruments, costumes and musical documents. The price is a bit steep but I think if you only visit once it's worth it.

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  • The rock and roll Hall of Fame is pretty dang awesome! I have been here twice now and always enjoy it. This last time though I went with my young family, my 4 year old definitely got bored in there, which was expected. She did really enjoy the interactive exhibits, and anything that had headphones included. We also took our infant and I would say going through with a stroller made it a bit of a pain, especially the upper levels, doable but a bit of an annoyance for sure. The only other complaint is the pricing, this place is a bit expensive for a few hours of entertainment.

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  • Was nice and clean inside and not too busy. The food looked like it would be good and they had a food and beer truck outside. They had some cool mementos inside. Most were costumes, guitars and some song lyrics. It goes into the background of music in general too with old radios and some antique music equipment. I think a lot of it is better for people who lived through some of those generations but it's still a good time for the younger crowd. Plan on spending more time there if you're interested in reading the descriptions on the plaques. The zero floor has the most to look at so don't rush that part of the tour... the other floors aren't as large or have as much to look through.

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