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Robert Johnson Blues Foundation

300 West Capital Street, Crystal Springs, MS 39059
+1 601-613-0805
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Great little town

Great town Check out Garland antiques and the tomatoes museum while you are there down by the... read more

Reviewed 10 October 2016
nohughes
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Brackettville, Texas
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Are They Ever Open?

Cannot give this place a true rating because they seem to be always closed. I tried to visit 3... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2015
ricks706
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Crystal Springs, Mississippi
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10 Oct 2016
“Great little town”
15 Sep 2015
“Are They Ever Open?”
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300 West Capital Street, Crystal Springs, MS 39059
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+1 601-613-0805
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Reviewed 10 October 2016 via mobile

Great town Check out Garland antiques and the tomatoes museum while you are there down by the lake. And ask locals about the springs if the museum is not open go over to town hall and they will open it for you

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Reviewed 15 September 2015

Cannot give this place a true rating because they seem to be always closed. I tried to visit 3 times, at different times of day and different days - always locked up. I can say that their sign above the door is very clear and...More

5  Thank ricks706
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Reviewed 3 May 2012

The man that opened this Foundation is Claude Johnson. He is Robert Johnson's son. Some years ago the Kitchens Law firm proved during trial that Claude was the legal heir to his fathers rights from various songs....such as Crossroads. This location does not keep regular...More

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Reviewed 10 March 2012

All along the Mississippi Delta, there are places for Robert Johnson whether it be places his visited, crossroads, or the numerous burial spots for him. This museum tended to have more of his memorabilia than the others. It is still not a vast collection, but...More

2  Thank RovingProfessor
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