Worth seeing! I like checking out the outfits and costumes the musicians wore out stage. You can don head phones and listen to different artists.
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Took adult kids visiting me and the wife in DC on a short road trip to see the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. We have previously road tripped from DC to Philly, NJ, West Virginia and a few places in Virginia. This was a...More
Cool of HOF that goes back to the many influencers of Rock music. Was cool to select the different artists and see how various music influenced their sound. Exhibits on Elvis, The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix were favorites. The video tracing the inductees was incredible....More
We had a really good time. The bottom floor was by far the best floor out of the 5 floors. It had the most to offer. The tribute to American Bandstand is excellent. There is a theater performance simulation that could have gone a bit...More
If you even like music, prepare for two days. My husband is the music fan in our house but I truly loved it. We listened to all our favorite musicians, many I was surprised to find in the Rock and Roll Museum.
We visited in Jan 2018. Go on a Wednesday so you can spend as much time as you want (extended visiting hours). My teen enjoyed seeing the outfits and most of the video presentations. It was cool to see older visitors taking the time to...More
level. Our first visit to Cleveland and you know we had to go to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I'm not sure what I was thinking or even if I was thinking when I paid the entrance fee. I did wonder why someone...More
It was my first time visiting with a out-of-town friend the day prior to U2 Joshua Tree concert. We spent about 5 hours there and still didn't see everything, even with a few floors closed for renovation or new exhibits. It's a must see if...More
If you love the history of rock music then this is the place for you. Very thorough museum with lots of great artifacts and mementos. Easy to navigate too.