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Blues Hall of Fame Museum visitors will enjoy 10 individualized galleries with interactive touchscreen displays along with three master databases where they can hear the music, watch videos, and read the stories of each of our inductees. In...more
All reviews interactive displays listening stations favorite artists cool stuff wonderful music worth a stop main st music playing music lovers an absolute small place front door lots of history lorraine hotel bb king two hours self guided tour
For people like me, Memphis is the birthplace of music and there are several museums here that are a must on any visit. So much history to see and listen to but a small niggle is that blues should come from the heart and this...More
For me the best part was the room which allowed one to listen to all blues hall of fame awardees music. The computerised search and play system they have couples with information displayed about the artist or albums is quite worth the visit. Allot at...More
Nice place. Expected a little more artifacts and more stuff for sale. A gentleman that volunteers on Tuesdays gave me a nice little tour. He was very knowledgeable. The employee behind the counter seemed a little unpleasant. I would return when I have more time.
This is a small museum which can be visited in less than an hour (if you don't spend too much time listening to the music). The museum has a lot of memorabilia from the inductees including guitars, posters, and clothing. Our favorite part of the...More
You really have to do research while you are here. Lots of interactive information but you have to look it up and its limited how many can do the "research" at once. It really is more of a hall of fame versus a museum.
The Blues Hall Of Fame has a very nice Educational and Historic lesson about the Blues in America. The Museum is not that big but there are plenty of memorabilia items to look at and read about. You can easily spend over and hour walking...More
If you enjoy paying to look at a small hallway full of stuff with information you can learn easily online along with seeing monitors with music pretty much straight off YouTube, then sure pay to go here. Otherwise, save yourself the $10.
You pay only 10$ and you discover so many unexpected informations about the roots of the now days music that you forget you are standing over 2 hours just to follow up the interactive set the museum has so successfully organised.