This is a beautiful music museum that shouts out the tragic but eventful past of the black musicians. These were such talents who overcame the barriers of racism and complexion inequality through the power of their music.
You will get a complete package of the musical past of the city. This includes parts from-
- Porch music of the sharecroppers of the 30’s.
- Music depicting the beginning of urban influence on the famous Beale Street from the 40’s.
- Radio, Sun Records, Sam Philips, Elvis Presley and others from the 50’s.
- The Heyday of Stax, soul Music and Hi records of the 60’s and 70’s.
- The others depict the effect of the Civil Rights’ Movement that is still active in the city.
There are many other song recordings done in and around the city and old albums recorded by local musicians. They also put up audio visual shows quite often.
Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum Travel Tips
- Rates of admission are subject to changes quite often.
Entrance Ticket Details For Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum
- $7 (for 5-17 years).
- Children under 5 years are allowed for free.
- Other group rates and discounts are also available.
Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum Hours
- The last tour begins at 6:15 PM.
How to Reach Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum
- Bus number 5 and 46 till Linden @ Third
- Alfred’s on Beale
- B.B. King’s Blues club
- Hard Rock Cafe Memphis
- Rum Boogie Cafe
- Blues City Cafe
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47.37% of people who visit Memphis include Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum in their plan
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