A very entertaining and educational trip through Rock and Roll history. The Rock 'N' Soul museum starts in the fields of the share croppers and takes you on a voyage that includes Sun Records, Stax Records, Elvis Presley, Isaac Hayes, The Carter Family, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Robert Johnson, Otis Redding and many, many more. An audio headset is included and gives plenty of additional information and music to... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
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- The Memphis Rock n' Soul Museum's exhibition is the birth of rock and soul music, it tells the story of musical pioneers who love the music, its a socio-economic barriers to create the music that shook the entire world. The museum offers a comprehensive memphis music experience from rural field hollers and sharecroppers of the 1930s, its high records and Memphis' musical heyday in the 70s, the global musical influence. They offer digital audio tour guide and it packed with over 300 minutes of information, including over 100 songs, with seven galleries featuring 3 audio visual programs, more than 30 instruments, 40 costumes and other musical treasures. The museum and gift shop are open daily, 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, $7 for youth age 5-17. Shelby County, Tennessee residents are offered free admission any Tuesday afternoon between the hours of 2 and 7 p.m. by simply showing a photo ID with proof of residence.
- Admission: $12.00 for adults, $ 9.00 for youth ages 5–17, Admission discounts available to AARP members, AAA members, Smithsonian members and members of our military, Sound Education, Group & Parties, Shop Merch, Backstage Ball, Beatles, Sun Studio Shuttle, Restaurant
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- Follow signs to Little Rock all the way around the north side of the city. Toward downtown, follow the sign to I-40 / Little Rock. Take the Riverside Drive exit. Follow Riverside Drive to Beale Street, turn left. Go four blocks to Second Street, turn right and take your first left onto Lt. George W. Lee Avenue. The museum and FedExForum are directly in front of you.
- New Pathways, Midtown
Fell in love with this museum the second we stepped in the building. There is an audio tour included in the ticket which allows you to control the speed and content of your tour. The tour started with a movie that gave an overview of the begginnings of soul music and how that lead into Rock. The exhibits were informative and talked about not only the music, but what was happening in the world and the time and how ... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch