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I thought it would be bigger. It was pretty cool though. The town is quaint and different. People... read more

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Hilda S
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Historical place for blues lovers !

Must see place for all blues music lovers , many songs written about it and it did not disappoint... read more

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Grant S
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Crossroads of 61 and 49, Clarksdale, MS 38614
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I thought it would be bigger. It was pretty cool though. The town is quaint and different. People are nice

Thank Hilda S
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was one of the "must see" things on our Harley roadtrip, as being a blues fan. This is one of the icons. Wished we had some more time to spend there (changed our route for a Skynyrd concert) and see more blues things, but...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Must see place for all blues music lovers , many songs written about it and it did not disappoint , busy intersection during the day.

Thank Grant S
Reviewed 8 August 2018

Everyone knows the myth that Blues Musician Robert Johnson sold his soul to the Devil at the Crossroads for his musical talent. It's probably not true but it makes for a cool story and interesting folklore. It's worth a stop and a picture for any...More

Thank Mark R
Reviewed 8 August 2018

If Clarksdale is going to cash in on Robert Johnson's REAL Crossroad out of town, it needs to be done in the correct context. You have to open a window in your car to take a photo. If you want to make people stop, make...More

2  Thank Jeffrey2A
Reviewed 22 July 2018 via mobile

Not a place I had thought I would come, but here I am. Seeing it on a busy modern crossroads makes it even worth while. Glad the sign is still there.

Thank Fred B
Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

While this is a nifty marker, it's not the real location where Robert Johnson sold his soul. For that you'll have to travel to Rosedale Ms at the cross if hwy 8 and hwy 1. Sadly there's even less there. So unless your just a...More

6  Thank Kristopher M
Reviewed 30 May 2018

You just. Have to go to have the photo and ponder a little. When you do have the ribs at abe's. They are awesome

1  Thank bongofurylondon
Reviewed 19 May 2018

We went about an hr or 2 out of our way to see a pole with 3 guitars. There is nothing else around. We thought there might have been a souvenir shop or something like that. I wouldn't recommend this site unless you are going...More

1  Thank Fernie_60
Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

Just out of Clarksdale heading north to Memphis is this marker. It marks the historic crossroad of the Blues Highway 61 and Highway 41.

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