Friday, October 31, 2014

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

  Outfits, posters, album covers, personal belongings, and scribbled song lyrics fill displays cases and large screens show performances by all of the icons of rock and roll – lots of cool stuff including giant sculptures depicting creatures from Pink Floyds “The Wall” album.
  The museum is accessible but a few touch screens are at an angle that makes them hard to view. Some of the display cases are a little too high to easily view the artifacts but most are fine.
  The museum does not have it’s own parking lot but there’s a garage nearby plus several small lots. The best place for RVs to be parked is along E. 9th Street. Many of the on-the-street spaces are handicapped and it’s possible to park using more than one.  Museum
41.50826, -81.69542


  1. I love your blog! So much information. Is there a way to get email notifications when you post again? I have Google but don't check it very often. In any case, I will be checking out your wonderful site as often as I can.

  2. Thank you Shawna! I'm so glad that you're enjoying it. I added a "follow by email" gadget. Check the right side column near the bottom.