Rock and Soul Museum
Next stop, the Rock and Soul Museum for a unique history lesson on the birth of rock and soul music.
Created by the Smithsonian, this museum explores the lives of musical pioneers who overcame racial and socioeconomic barriers to create world shaking music. Located on 191 Beale Street, this museum features a comprehensive Memphis music experience from the rural field hollers and sharecroppers of the 1930s to the Sun, Star, and Hi Record companies heyday in the 1970s.
Inside the museum, your group will explore the impact globally of that recording studio, as well as have the chance to take a digital audio tour at your own pace of all the exhibits. Immerse yourself into the over 300 minutes of information, 100 songs, and 7 galleries that include 3 audiovisual exhibits, over 30 original instruments, and 40 costumes. Since its opening in 2000, this museum has seen over 200,000 visitors from worldwide and has attracted countless students through its education program that covers music and social changes.
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