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191 Beale St Memphis, TN 38103 United States
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Originally intended as a Smithsonian exhibit, the Rock'n'Soul Museum offers a thorough history of Memphis music and its impact on the world.
- The Commercial Appeal
Check out the Rock'n'Soul Museum for a comprehensive look at Memphis history.
- Kerry Crawford
Free rides to Graceland on the half hour, great deal!
- Carrie M.
If you've only got time to see one Of Memphis' music attractions, make it Rock'n'Soul. Great overview of Memphis music, a great collection of instruments, records, clothes, video and more.
Love the Beatles they rock
- Courtney Jenkins
Tuesday after Two! (if you are a Memphis resident)
- John Doorley
New exhibit about ardent studios is very cool.
The first permanent Smithsonian exhibit built outside of D.C. or New York, Rock’ ‘N’ Soul highlights decades of Memphis music legends, from B.B. King to Big Star. (From Aerial America)
- Smithsonian Channel
Great memorabilia and jukeboxes
- Ricardo Valdes
Easily spend 2 hours in this little museum. The audio tour is very detailed and each room has a juke box of hit songs from that time in history.
- Lauren Altman
One of Memphis best museums. Very interesting and lots to see. It's a great start to a music tour
- Mason Hieb
Great for lovers of blues & rock n roll!
- Kelly Rose
Though it states it's a Smithsonian, it's $10 for the tour. Not free...
- Austin Hartman
Take your time and enjoy the audio tour, especially the sections regarding the birth of Rock and the civil rights soul music connections.
- Michael Herndon
One for the money, two for the show...
- Yvan Maenhaut
Great overview of Soul to Rock N Roll
- Rain Man
Merece bastante la pena. La iluminación podría estar mas cuidada.
- I Wanna Management
A great overview of the music scene in Memphis.
- Duffy Laudick
Use your Memphis City Saver coupon to receive one free admission when a second admission of equal or greater value is purchased (up to $11 Value). Not valid with group tours.
- City Saver
If you don't love this place, (a) you hate America and (2) you have no taste in music (or probably anything else).
- Clinton Pittman
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B.B. King's Blues Club
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