Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

If hearing the names of Elvis Presley, Les Paul, The Beatles and The Everly Brothers, sends chills down your spine (as you think of Rock & Roll and the history), then Cleveland, OH is calling.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, located off of Lake Erie, is where every lover of the past artists, equipment and memorabilia needs to be.

The beautifully designed building, built in 1995, is the home of memorabilia, and items from the past artists who have changed the history of Rock and Roll, including great artists like Chuck Berry, Fats Domino and Jim Morrison to name a few.

Exhibits from groups like U2, The Rolling Stones and Michael Jackson, are only a small portion of what one will find within the seven floors of exhibits at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Ohio. The museum changes exhibits frequently, so if you were there a year ago, it will not be the same.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is open year round and with hotels being conveniently located nearby, it would make a wonderful vacation or weekend get away. Schedule the time slot for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Ohio to take up most of the day, since there are seven floors of exhibits, along with featured films that they show, it will take several hours to enjoy it all.

It does not matter if you are a guitar enthusiast, or just love Rock and Roll music; this is a definite have-to-see place to add to the bucket list. Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and The Who will be awaiting your arrival.