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Each of the venues we visited on our trip had a story to tell. Some tell it better than others. This is not a place to start if you have little knowledge about the music and musicians. For example, the museum has a wealth of...More
We were passing anyway and needed to make a lunch stop, however I would not go out of my way for this museum. A little bit to introvert for my taste. If you don’t know the blues history you probably won’t get much out of...More
I spent 3 unintended days in Clarksdale and learned so much. This museum is a great start to any visit. I am not an expert in music or blues, but found all the personal touches interesting and educational
The museum does not provide too much information about was is exposed... when you are not an expert is almost impossible to appreciate the exposition.
You will find only detailed information about Muddy Waters.
Great find in this rural unspoilt town. Two of Clarkdales greatest exports Muddy Waters and Ike Turner are represented in exhibitions here. Amazed at extent of local talent and pleased to see how their memories and music lives on.
The employees very friendly and informative. The music is full of such interesting memorabilia. You take your time and stroll they the museum reading up on all the different blues players and the impact the blues made in music. No photography allowed inside of building.
It is housed in one of the old railway buildings which was very cool. We enjoyed the museum but we especially enjoyed the room out the back where the students were practicing their music, that was amazing, we just lucked out in arriving on their...More