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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

Category: Monuments + Museums

1 Key Plaza (East Ninth Street at Lake Erie), Cleveland, OH

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum - Reviews from across the web

It's Only Rock & Roll, But I Like It! - user review
If you like Rock and Roll this is a must see. I took my family June 17th 2007. The place is loaded with great stuff like original outfits Rock Stars were wearing on famous Rock Album Cover...
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - user review
This is the coolest museum. We got there when it opened and stayed until closing. Some of the things on display are outfits worn by famous groups, they have song sheets and play lists for a tour. The drum set of for example, Aerosmith. (They were inducted in 2000).Other things like the Trabant (car)...
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Going on My Honeymoon - user review
I went to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame when I was little, and I cant wait to go in June with my fiance on our ...
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Spent two days there and still would go back - user review
From its wild design to the excellent multimedia presentations, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is definitely worth a visit. Rotating exhibitions included The Doors and The Clash this time ...
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Interesting Museum - user review
Everyone raves about the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. So we paid our $20 and walked on in. It's a strange place. The stuff that is actually in the museum (the costumes, instruments, etc.) is r...
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A must-see for all fans of rock and pop music! - user review
Whether youre interested in the history and roots of rock, curious about the greatest musicians in rocks roughly half-century history, or just enjoy the music, you si...
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Waste of money - user review
Perhaps I wanted more. I just felt like I got ripped off. It should be free to visit this place. I didnt learn anything visitin...
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Worth a visit. - user review
Visited on Saturday 22JUN07. Our 15 year old son, who takes bass guitar lessons, wanted to visit, & both myself & wife are interested in Rock & Roll, & all music in general. Enjoyed the ...
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A Rock'n Good Time - user review
This was an interesting place to visit although a bit crowded and hard to see some exhibits. The costumes and artifacts were most interesting although some poorly lighted and hard to re...
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - expert review
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Guide The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame celebrates the American rock music by honouring its most popular and influential performers, producers, songwriters and djs. The phrase ‘rock and roll’ was coined by the Cleveland dj Alan Freed in 1951, so it somehow seems f...
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great - user review
Great place to visit. We were there 6 hours and could of stayed more.Very educational. It was organized very well. There needs to be benches as it requires a...
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A country fan rocks - user review
As we traveled from the Missouri to Niagara Falls, we made a stop in Cleveland to visit the R&R HoF. It was more than I couldve dreamed of. We spent about 6 hours there, an...
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Love music??...Come here! - user review
To call this place a museum does not do it justice. In our party was a teenager, and 40-something mum and dad. It kept us all entertained for 4-5 hours.Loads of exhibits (special exhibit...
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Good Musical Museum, somewhat confusing layout - user review
We came early in the morning, planning to stay the suggested three-hours; they has to chase us out at closing. It's best to sit down to read the informative brochure before tackling...
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Ok for one visit... - user review
Kind of pricey. Was ok to see the instruments (Jimis white strat). The clothes get kind of ratty after a few years. But now that they are admitting rap, I wont go...
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One day in Cleveland with 13 year olds - user review
While my husband worked in Burton, I took the two 13 year old girls into Cleveland and we went to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (R&RHF) , the Arcade, and Tower City. We did almost 3 ho...
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - user review
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum is truly unique. From the front, the building is shaped as a glass pyramid. When you enter you see several large items that are hanging from the walls and ceiling of the lobby. The gift shop has several choices for souvenirs and takes up about half of the first ...
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Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame - user review
Rock and roll is a an important part of my life. I work in radio, and I chose this as my profession because of the music I loved growing up. I've spent plenty of time studying about many of the great artists from the rock genre, and still persue more tidbits of information about these great acts. As...
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A definite must-see, over and over - user review
We have visited the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame a dozen times in the last 8 years. No, we do not live in Cleveland, we are a 7 hour drive away, so we have to make a 3 day weekend ...
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better than expected - user review
I was not enthusiastic about going but was very pleasantly surprised at how interesting the museum was to my rock and roller husband, my 10 and 14 year old kids (with no recollecti...
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a must see - user review
for people of all age...tweens to seniors. There's something for all to enjoy! Get there early to work your way up the multi-storied building and see the main, lower level exhibits b...
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - user review
A glass-and-porcelain pyramid. Enjoy it for what it is: a high-concept, multimedia collection of exhibits, archives, and films that tell the story of rock through the ages from its earliest roots through the post-grunge days. The coolest collection of pop-culture memorabilia around. See the Jimi Hen...
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OK-but don't go out of your way to visit - user review
I am not a huge R&R fan, but I did enjoy some of the museum. My wife is a much bigger fan, and she was sort of disappointed.For one thing, no pictures are allowed.There were a few art...
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I love love love music... - user review
I love love love music so I have to recommend the RRHOF&M. The admission is steep ($20 US) but is worth it if youre passionate about music & music history. If youre pressed...
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Rock and Roll rules! - user review
I love Rock and Roll so naturally I had to go to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland. I went in April 2006 right after the likes of Blondie, Black Sabbath, and The Sex Pisto...
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Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame - user review
Student tix were $16 and we toured the museum and watched the videos for about two and a half hours. The U2 exhibit was useless and put a damper on the museum. Overall, the museum consists of different popular music artifacts, such as Britney Spears' (hot) outfit that she wore in her music videos an...
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum - expert review
The I. M. Pei-designed building has everything from the ridiculous (Jim Morrison's Cub Scout uniform) to the sublime (John Lennon's hand-written lyrics for Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds). Stage costumes that once belonged to Chuck Berry and Iggy Pop, handwritten lyrics by Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin'...
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Attraction Information - expert review
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, on the shores of Lake Erie in Downtown Cleveland, contains instruments and artifacts of the Rock and Roll movement and the icons and artisans who helped create it. VITAL INFO: Best suited for all age groups We are open year-round 1 Key Plaza Cleveland, OH 44114 (216) ...
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Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame - user review
A tribute to the institution of Rock & Roll. The nice thing about the R&R Hall of Fame is that many of the exhibits change frequently (especially the exhibits of performance outfits, etc), so if you go once or twice a year, you'll see something different each time. It's amazing the amount of memorab...
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Go see if in Cleveland - user review
$20 seemed a bit much to see the memorabilia, but it was worth it. It about a 3-4 hour tour. I dont expect to see it again so its one of those once in a lifetime expe...
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Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame - user review
When you first walk in the museum, you look up and say 'Wow this place is big.' There are cars hanging from the ceiling. The museum has many floors to it. When I walked around, I saw Elvis's outfit, and Prince's guitar. Those were my favorites, even though I don't care for the artists. I enjoyed wat...
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