Hall of Fame and Museum
stunning piece of daring architecture designed
by internationally renowned architect I. M. Pei,
the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum contains
equally remarkable interactive exhibits, films,
videos and priceless and poignant artifacts, and
serves as host of the permanent Hall of Fame exhibit.
In addition to its permanent exhibits, the Museum
stages a number of temporary exhibits throughout
the year, including large-scale exhibits that
occupy the top two levels of the building. The
Museum also produces programs for the public that
include concerts, lectures, panel discussions,
film series, teacher education and other events.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is situated
on the shores of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland,
Ohio, within 500 miles of 43% of the U.S. population-less
than a day's drive or an hour's flight from many
major cities in the U.S. and Canada. Cleveland
Hopkins International Airport, which services
680 flights daily, is a twenty-minute drive to
downtown, or an easy trip on public transportation.
The Amtrak station is a short walk from the Museum.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is a non-profit
institution, supported by public investment, corporate
sponsors, private donors, its membership program
and the revenues it generates at the Museum, including
ticket sales and the Museum Store by HMV.
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