Top Tips for Visiting the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Attracting more than half a million visitors every year, this iconic destination is home to stunning exhibits paying homage to rock and roll, and plays host to incredible live performances by renowned musicians throughout the year. If you're planning on paying a visit, then here are a few things you'll want to know before you go.
Buy Your Tickets in Advance
Even though the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame doesn't usually sell out, it's always a good idea to book your tickets before visiting to avoid waiting in a line after you arrive. If you've bought your tickets online, you can either get them printed or show them on your phone upon arrival. Click here
to book your tickets.
Plan on Spending Some Time to Explore
Here's the thing – the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is vast, covering 55,000 square feet over seven levels. So if you're planning on dropping by for just an hour, you'll miss out on most of the exhibits. Even if you want to explore all the exhibits in a hurry, you'll need at least 3 hours and a lot more if you want to spend some time watching the videos along the way.
There's More to it than Just Rock
The exhibits aren't only about rock and roll, even though you might make that assumption from looking at the name. From early influences like the blues, R&B, bluegrass, and folk music that played a pivotal role in shaping the genre to exhibits highlighting rock and roll's influence on hip-hop, you'll find it all here.
So what are you waiting for? Book your tickets today and immerse yourself in the storied past and fascinating present of this dynamic genre of music.