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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Admission in Cleveland provided by Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Admission in Cleveland

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Admission in Cleveland
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Duration:
1–4 hours
Taking Covid-19 safety measures
Group size:
14
Wheelchair accessible
Ticket type:
Mobile
Free cancellation
  • Duration:
    1–4 hours
  • Taking Covid-19 safety measures
  • Group size:
    14
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Ticket type:
    Mobile
  • Free cancellation
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  • Duration: 1-4 hours
  • Mobile tickets accepted
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Cancellation policy
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
What to expect
Know before you go
  • Duration: 1-4 hours
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Cancellation policy
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
What to expect
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Inclusions
  • Admission Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Exclusions
  • Food and drinks (available to purchase)
Duration
1–4 hours
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Rock Hall Hours (through May 2022) Daily 10am-5pm, Thursday 10am-9pm. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.
  • Most travellers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travellers
Inclusions
  • Admission Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Exclusions
  • Food and drinks (available to purchase)
Duration
1–4 hours
Return details
  • Returns to original departure point
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Rock Hall Hours (through May 2022) Daily 10am-5pm, Thursday 10am-9pm. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.
  • Most travellers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travellers
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Last updated: 14 Oct 2021
A note from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Admission in Cleveland
Masks: Effective Tuesday, 8/17 masks will be required for all staff and visitors. Mask policies may change between your purchase date & visit date.
What you can expect during your visit
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
What you can expect during your visit
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Face masks provided for travellers
  • Contactless payment for gratuities and add-ons
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
Detailed Reviews: Reviews order informed by descriptiveness of user-identified themes such as cleanliness, atmosphere, general tips and location information.
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Jan_from_Atlanta
Atlanta, GA913 contributions
Apr 2022
Easy Access from Airport: Take Red Line light rail to Tower stop, transfer to Trolley B, get off at East 9th and Lakeside, then walk down the hill a few blocks to the museum. Buy rail ticket from machine ($2.50), swipe at arrival turnstile; trolley is free.

A bucket list item for me, so I flew up for the day from Atlanta. Spent about 3 1/2 hours and I would say this is worth a visit, with some caveats:

Level 0 is the main exhibit area and is dimly lit to protect the artifacts.
This makes reading much of the signage a challenge.
The path through this level is not well marked and it can be easy to miss some exhibits.

They have a huge collection, so what you see will depend on what's out. So if you have two very favorite bands from the past, they may or may not be on exhibit.

The videos were interesting, including one about Dick Clark's American Bandstand.

If you are into guitars, this place is a dream. As a drummer, I had no idea how broad and deep the world of guitars is.

Very friendly staff, big gift shop, some food and local beers available.

Bottom Line: Worth a visit. Worth basing a trip to Cleveland for... maybe not.
Written 29 April 2022
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Mixa's Travels
Oldsmar, FL2,714 contributions
Jun 2021
We actually decided last minute to swing by Cleveland to go to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It was after some Covid restrictions lifted. Tickets were only available online and for a specific time slot. Based on an article we read, we parked at the Science Museum parking garage which was great - covered parking. (Later we learned the Hall of Fame cannot stamp parking tickets for the garage. We were able to go to the Science Museum and pay the $8 for parking directly to them instead of $13.00.) With a 1:00 PM scheduled time we walked to a restaurant for lunch, although there is dining in the cafe and there were a couple of food trucks outside. We thoroughly enjoyed the Hall of Fame. We took lots of pictures to recall all we saw. The process starts on the first floor and winds its way to the upper floors. You have to pay attention to the attractions while walking through or they may not make sense. The Cities and Countries focuses on musician, the music and the impact. There is a section on impact of music on equality, the protests against the music, a great Elvis exhibit and of course lots of costumes, guitars, video clips. Only one theater was open showing various artists being inducted into the Hall of Fame. It is loud! We enjoyed the visit and recommend it for music fans.
Written 9 June 2021
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Tori
Wisconsin97 contributions
Mar 2022
This is a must do when you're in Cleveland. It's a little pricy for a museum of this size, especially when you consider paying for parking. The museum is nicely laid out, with 6 levels to visit at your own pace. The exhibits were cool, and there is quite a bit of old clothing to view. It's a little repetitive and could use more variety of artifacts. Some bands/artists had little to no representation which was a little disappointing. Overall a fun experience and cool to see some iconic pieces
Written 19 March 2022
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Jill E
Easley, SC120 contributions
Apr 2022 • Couples
We chose this activity when we got snowed/rained out from a second day at nearby Cuyahoga Valley National Park. We found the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame very confusing in terms of knowing how to move through the exhibits on each floor. If you’re a Beatles fan, there’s some cool memorabilia and artifacts in the large Beatles exhibit. Level 0 (one floor beneath the street level entry point) is by far the most interesting with many outfits, instruments, and hand-written lyrics/music sheets by numerous Rock and Roll greats through the years. The actual Hall of Fame display on the 3rd level is interesting, but not overwhelming. We skimmed Levels 5 and 6 - the Legends of Rock and Roll, as we just didn’t find those interesting at all. Okay for a rainy day, but we definitely wouldn’t have spent $30 per person to enter if weather hadn’t forced a change in our plans.
Written 18 April 2022
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Rick
1 contribution
Oct 2021 • Friends
I was sadly disappointed by my experience and had much higher expectations for the 3 hour drive it took to get there. I love rock music of the 60s 70’ 80s and some 90s when it was pure and artists had to know how to play their instruments. The ground floor was a great start, it had a little of this and that about rock. I thought it was really heavy on the R&B and was surprised about all the wall space given to Rap artists and very little given to True rock artists. I was not a fan of the huge amount of space given to the NFL half time show. But after the ground floor it pretty much falls flat and not worth the $90.00 we paid to get in for 3 people and $14.00 for parking. I have been to many music museums throughout the country. The one in Seattle puts this one to shame. I mean you just inducted Def Leppard in 2019 and yet nothing. I mean the 80s were huge for Rock Stadium shows and nothing…

How is Katy Perry Rock???? Or a host of others?

If this is suppose to be the “Rock Hall of fame” you have missed the mark and should change it to music hall of fame. How about cutting the gift shop in half and adding more exhibits. I mean the very top floor had only 4 artists, all guitarist. I watched more people walk up take a few seconds to look around and then went right back down the spiral staircase. No linear flow at all. So much space to Elvis, why? I get his contributions to rock and roll but not that much space. I could go on but i feel I have bashed enough. I feel very let down.

You really need to go duplicate some ideas from the County Music Hall of fame. Now that’s a museum.
Written 14 October 2021
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AndreaUbok
Florida2,697 contributions
We bought tickets in advance and got here at 10 o’clock when they open spending four hours exploring the museum.
We started at rock ‘n’ roll influences; gospel, country, blues … then we saw rock from LA, Memphis, London, Seattle, San Francisco.
I was impressed with all the music, photographs, clothing, and memorabilia with the bios of the rockers. Elton’s hay, Michael’s glove, Bruce’s leather jacket …
The halftime shows were on video with photos, costumes …
We saw a video with clips from induction ceremonies and walls with awards where we heard speeches.
Written 24 September 2021
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John
Butler, PA4 contributions
We surprised ourselves spending more than four hours instead of the recommended two. The tickets are timed and ours were for a 10:00 am entrance. There were no significant crowds but we still took the tip we found on the HOF website and started on the second floor. This meant we had the garage band space all to ourselves. We spent a 1/2 hour or more playing around with the instruments and the video tutorials. Branding your band and printing logo stickers is a must before leaving the second floor. The power of rock experience was loud and had lots of bright moving lights. Probably not good for those who are sensitive to overstimulation. The video clips were moving especially when multiple legends of rock were playing together on stage. Take time on the walk out of the theater to take note of the artists features that you may not have recognized. They are tagged in stills from the movie on the walls of the exit ramp. The best and most moving video display is the American Bandstand theater which you don’t have to wait for and is not so distractingly loud. We found ourselves tearing up with nostalgia as we watched icons from multiple decades appear and talk with Dick Clark. The top floor features videos of rock legends explaining different types of electric guitars and equipment which is actually very interesting and fun. Finally on the basement floor, level 0, you can see an overwhelming collection memorabilia, costumes, instruments and many video exhibits. We almost gave up halfway through but talk a bathroom break and dove back in to take it all in. This was a much better experience than expected. We are not rock history fanatics but loved it just the same.
Written 4 April 2022
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D H
Jackson, MI386 contributions
Sep 2020
We were unsure of doing this large of a museum during the pandemic. However, we had planned our trip through Cleveland and this is one of the things we really wanted to do so we took the chance. We ordered our pre-timed tickets on-line, which actually was quite convenient so you didn’t have to wait in line just to get your tickets. The medical tent screening was fast and we went right in. A mask was required, as in most places, the entire time you are inside.
Actually, this is where Covid worked to our advantage. I felt that it was actually more enjoyable and flowed better due to the Covid restrictions than if it hadn’t been routed this way. The flow of traffic was one direction, people were doing a great job of distancing themselves between groups. No one, not even young kids, were doing the normal thing of pushing their way up front to see. Each group would stop, look at an exhibit and move on and so on. So much more pleasant and organized. We spent a couple of hours here and had a great time on all of the levels, took lots of pictures and had lots of laughs. I highly recommend that at least once in your life you come to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. It’s just a part of history you have to experience.
Written 10 January 2021
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Elizabeth R
Farmington, CT2,164 contributions
If you are in the Cleveland area for any reason whatsoever, make the time to visit this wonderful homage to music.
When paying the $30 a person entrance fee, keep in mind this museum is dedicated to Rock and Roll, not to music in general i.e if you are a classical music buff or into Rap or Hip Hop, you will not be getting your moneys worth. There are endless exhibits containing factual info, real artifacts and interesting tidbits on rock heroes and groups over the last 70 years— we particularly enjoyed the sit down, large group film presentation dedicated to induction into the rock ‘n’ roll Hall of Fame over the years. There is an area where you get a “hands on“ experience learning to play electric guitar or the drums—good fun.
Plenty of bathrooms, small café and a decent gift shop on hand with all the necessary accommodations for people unable to walk up and down the stairs of the six floor venue.
Written 17 April 2022
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Dewayne P
Elizabethtown, KY1,585 contributions
Apr 2021
What a place! I don't even know where to begin. The tickets were reasonable at $28 and I booked a time slot in advance so I knew I could get in. They have a food area and large gift shop on the level you enter. Once you start the tour in the lower level it is non-stop memorabilia as far as the eye can see in any direction. I moved quickly and took a little over an hour, but someone could easily stay here for many hours reading all of the information and taking a closer examination of the items. You exit through the gift shop (of course) which has pretty much anything you could want from your favorite band/singer.
Written 26 April 2021
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exceeded our expectations
Interesting exhibits that will work for the whole family. Fascinating history, cultural context, and artifacts fro
LarryG90035
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Worth several hours
Beautiful building. Comprehensive exhibits. Many audio-visual experiences. Excellent collection of memorabilia, inc
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Amazing experience
Staff was so attentive. We had the first timed tickets of the day. Staff came out and greeted us before opening.
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Long live RocK!
Well, we finally made it to the Rock and Roll museum. We enjoyed the exhibits but they were a bit dated. I wonder
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Spring break with the family
It's the rock and roll hall of fame so if you are into rock and roll...well, you should go. We last visited nearly
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Rock and Roll Dream
Don't miss! The exhibits change regularly and the amount of goods in the archive are incredible. Truly a treasure!
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Went to the RnR HOF and really enjoyed it. My wife is the music lover but it was a great experience. Most of the mu
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Beautiful
A beautiful building on the lakefront. Parking is metered and you need change for the meter, that would have been
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!!!Don't book your hotel through them!!!!
!!!Don't book your hotel through their website!!!!!! I booked my hotel in Cleveland through the Rock and Roll Hall
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Bucket List
So much fun. Beautiful, dynamic and so well designed. They really cover all the bases. Suprising fav was the short
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Worth a visit!
Finally made the trip to see the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame. So glad we did! Museum is well laid out and has lots
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Thanks for having the mobile carts
It is as our first visitor. Appreciate the mobile cart ( as two in our party had leg injuries). We didn’t make it t
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Creative Atmosphere Elevates the Experience
Venue is nicely laid out and organized. The design and atmosphere really elevate the experience, from the way the c
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Rockin Good Time
We took our teen to the R&R Hall of Fame and since most of the displays were historical, she got bored pretty quick
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Disappointed
I was so looking forward to exploring and I have to say, I was not overly impressed. There were lots of exhibits,
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