We loved this place! I didn't realize just how much rich music history there was in Memphis! Very fascinating!
About Memphis Music Hall of Fame
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We visited here after lunch on a Saturday afternoon, not very crowded. Admission is reasonable and on par with other places we visited at $10. Audio tour option. Museum is upstairs but accessible with an Elevator. Washroom is upstairs. Great assortment of items from Elvis,...More
Was interesting, but small and only took us about 45mins to go around, it was not expensive to get in so worth doing
This museum has a story to tell, about the evolution of country music in America, and tell it, it does. It is full of bric a brac, but mostly costumes and records of every CW music star ever. Some, you may even have heard of....More
We stumbled across this when we were visiting Beale Street and decided to have a look - glad we did! Very reasonably priced and so much to learn inside! Yes, it is a small museum but it is very well laid out and extremely interesting...More
This is right next door to Hard Rock Cafe, not very expensive to visit, and the staff were lovely. There is so much to look at here. The consoles with head phones to sit and watch/listen to the musicians and artists was a fabulous bonus....More
We visited this museum after going to the Rock N Soul Museum. This one didn't have any music and wasn't as much fun. Several exhibits of musician memorabilia and garb. Neatly done exhibits and well lit.
This is a small-ish museum co-located with the Memphis Hard Rock Cafe. My wife and I spent an hour or so looking at the various exhibits. It's not spectacular, but does have some interesting items to view.
They had some interesting displays. Nothing really special for me. The combination ticket which includes admission to the much better Rock n Soul Museum is a good value.