Take time to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland Ohio.
The museum is part of the city’s redeveloped North Coast Harbor.
In 1993, construction for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum broke ground on the shores of Lake Erie. The landmark structure was designed by architect I.M. Pei.
The building combines bold geometric forms and cantilevered spaces anchored by a 162-foot tower. The tower supports a glass “tent” at the main façade with over 55,000 feet of exhibition space.
I loved the Legendary Elvis Room!
Visit the 2013 Inductee Exhibit that honors: Lou Adler, Heart, Quincey Jones, Albert King, Randy Newman, Public Enemy, Rush and Donna Summer.
See a special exhibit on the Rolling Stones “50 Years of Satisfaction.” The exhibit chronicals the band’s history from the mid-1960s to the present with artifacts, film and interactive displays.
The Beatles Collection is the most comprehensive artifact-driven Beatles exhibit in the world with clothing, instruments and hand-written lyrics.
Dr. EveAnn Lovero writes Travel Guides @ http://www.vino-con-vista.com