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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

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Cleveland, OH 44114
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My boyfriend and I recently went to Cleveland and we are both very into Rock n' Roll music. Our trip lasted six days and of course we went to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, since...

Worst

Lots of Clothing, lots of expense, and amazingly boring for a museum dedicated to the history of Rock & Roll! It's not really worth the money. Go on one of the rare free days if y...

Hall of Shame? 11/8/2010

We get to the Hall of Shame and are told it is $22 a head to get in....I'm in Cleveland...where am I going to go? So I pay my $22 (X2) and we go into the Hall only to find out that we can come back in 2012 as the place is starting to be renovated. It was old looking and the lightning was not good. No pictures allowed due to agreements with performers. Seems like we could have watched a VH-1 special and got more out of it. They really need to have more interactivity. Not a bright spot for the general Cleveland area. more

Another Music Industry Rip-off 8/14/2010

Rip-off is the only word I can think of to describe this museum. Let' start with the admission price, $79 for 2 adults and 2 children, 9 & 13 yrs of age. Contrast this to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts - same group- $55. I don't think a comparison of their collections is needed. more

Booooring 5/27/2008

The Rock Hall was awesome when it first opened, everything was new and exciting, but now it's all old and boring. They induct non-rock bands and that is ridiculous, if a rap group ever makes it in there I will throw-up. Also what is with the unduction ceremony not being in Cleveland? It's unfortunate because I love rock music, but they need to shake things up a bit, you can't even take pictures. Pros: Cool stuff if you have never seen it. Cons: Price and nothing new more

Overpriced rock dinosaur 10/4/2002

Lots of Clothing, lots of expense, and amazingly boring for a museum dedicated to the history of Rock & Roll! It's not really worth the money. Go on one of the rare free days if you go at all. Pros: Films on Rock History, Good Parking Cons: Overpriced, Unlively Displays more

FUN FUN FUN!!! 9/25/2002

I was surprised how much fun I had here, because I've heard mixed reviews freom people. But all the exhibits were great, and we spent a few hours looking at everything. I suggest taking some out-of-town visitors. Also, they have student and AAA discounts, and a small restaurant upstairs. There was a cool band playing in the lobby while we were there, and the whole top floor was a special John Lennon exhibit (including hand-written songs, letters, drawings, etc...) Pros: Fun, Interesting, Large Building more

Artists galore 8/14/2002

Lots of memorabile of may artists. And the top floor usually is dedicated to one artist. I definetly enjoyed the wall of inductees autographs. The only downside.....no cameras allowed. more

Pei building rocks! 8/8/2002

The Rock n Roll Hall of Fame has some really cool exhibits. Lots of interactive stuff covering almost every genre of music. Great concerts and special programs! It is also one of the most unique buildings you will find anywhere. Situated on the shores of Lake Erie, it is a definite must see for the music enthusiast! more

Cleveland Rocks!! 8/1/2002

My boyfriend and I recently went to Cleveland and we are both very into Rock n' Roll music. Our trip lasted six days and of course we went to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, since it was the main reason we went to Cleveland. I had an absolute blast seeing actual artifacts from Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, and Janis Joplin along with the costumes from every rock star imaginable. I felt better at the end about paying $15 for seeing Beatles memorablia and John Lennon's bloodstained glasses and clothes along with everything else! I gave the whole experience a 10! Cleveland has so much to offer and is so accessable. Pros: music, costumes, memorabilia Cons: no cameras more

Rock On! 7/29/2002

What a great place to spend a day or two! We really needed more time to dig into everything, but make sure to see the costumes and the Rolling Stones Magazine wall. There are a ton of interactive exhibits that have an amazing depth of information. An unexpected highlight was the room in the Alan Freed exhibit dedicated to disc jockeys. Our group included teenagers and seniors and everyone was able to find plenty of things to catch their interest and musical era! more

Clevelands Rocks!!!!! 7/16/2002

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is such a great place to visit. There were so many things to see, such as costumes, props, Grammys, and much more. I was very impressed and would love to go back as soon as i get a chance. The exhibits were very well presented and the whole atmosphere was just like a musical montage. I really enjoyed my visit to the museum. Of course, I think that more people would visit if there wasn't a $17 dollar cover charge... that's the only downer about the museum. Other than that, the Rock Hall is really a great place to explore. Pros: exhibits, costumes, decor Cons: price, parking more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Sleek I.M. Pei architecture overlooking Lake Erie showcases several lifetimes of rock-and-roll goodies. The six-story gem holds hundreds of rare treasures, including rock...

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  • Hours:

    Mon-Tue, Thu-Sun 10am-5:30pm Wed 10am-9pm
  • Payments:

    American Express, Master Card, Visa, Discover
  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown

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