This category is for museums focused on performers and memorabilia of late-twentieth-century popular music.
Collection of historical costumes, memorabilia, instruments, photographs, manuscripts and other objects tell the story of country music. Includes hours, admission rates, directions and contact details. Located in Nashville, Tennessee.
Interactive museum in Seattle, Washington named for band of native son Jimi Hendrix. Offers biographies of pop music stars with audios and videos as well as tutorials on multi-track recording and songwriting, interactive guitar lessons, a gallery of poster art and shopping links to books on rock.
Owensboro, Kentucky. Features exhibits, tours, calendar, programs, and hall of fame.
Museum exhibiting the history of Rock-a-billy music. Located in Jackson, Tennessee.
Contact and exhibit information; Tours of nearby pop music sites.
Originally the recording studios and residence of Berry Gordon and Motown Records. Information for visitors to the museum, and profiles of the label's featured artists including Stevie Wonder, the Supremes, Jackson 5, and Four Tops. Located in Detroit, Michigan, USA.
(Cleveland, OH) Features a virtual museum tour, electronic museum postcards from the Rockhall, and lesson plans from the education department.
Showcases more than 2,000 cultural artifacts, music exhibits, video footage, and memorabilia. Contains news and events, programs and events, membership, hours, and admission rates. Located in Memphis, Tennessee, United States.
Mason City, Iowa: Center and museum featuring "Music Man" sets and composer's boyhood home.
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