Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Frequently Asked Questions
- Where can I get more information about Cleveland? Send requests to the Convention
& Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland; 3100 Terminal Tower; Cleveland, OH 44113 or
call them at 1-800-321-1001. Online, check at Cleveland
- How much is admission to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? The cost of admission,
including a 9% admissions tax, is as follows: Adults (12-55)-$14.95,
Seniors/Children-$11.50. For more or last-minute information, or to purchase tickets in
advance, call 1-800-493-ROLL or visit your Ticketmaster outlet.
- What times is the museum open? The Rock Hall hours are usually 10am-5:30pm (open
until 9pm on Wednesdays) Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas. The tickets are sold by 15
minute intervals. The best tickets to have are the early morning ones so you can see more
exhibits without the crowds hanging around from earlier timed tickets.
- How can I become a member of the Rock Hall? Call 1-800-349-ROCK (7625) for
- How can I find out more about Rock Hall exhibits? Via the Internet, http://www.rockhall.com. Also at this site are maps of
- What about the gift shop in the Rock Hall? The gift shop is operated by the HMV
Record Store chain. They say they offer "an extensive range of music including a
complete selection of titles by Hall of Fame inductees, plus the latest chart and new
releases. Hall of Fame merchandise and memorabilia featuring more than 75 different items
including T-shirts, posters, caps, key chains, plus much more."
- What about other area merchants? If you are eager to buy Rock Hall merchandise or
Cleveland souvenirs and the store is crowded and/or you don't want to shop at HMV, either
of these two stores will fulfill your needs: Cleveland Reflections in the Arcade and Daffy
Dans at 2101 Superior Ave (both just down the block from Public Square).
- What about other shopping downtown? Tower City Center in the Terminal Tower has
many stores, a movie theater, a food court(typical mall fast food type), and some other
restaurants. Two other nice places to shop are the Galleria, a two-story glass-enclosed
mall (up the road from the Rock Hall), and the Arcade, a wonderful multi-level Victorian
brass structure. Both have places to eat inside and in adjacent buildings.
- What about eating and entertainment in the area? Downtown in Tower City Center is
Fudruckers. They are not as astronomically high with dinners under $15 per person. They
have really good burgers and steak sandwiches. The Flats is the best place to find
after-dark clubs and food with a lively atmosphere. The most notable structure, with its
twin smokestacks, is the Powerhouse on the west bank of the Cuyahoga River. It house
several places, including Power Play, and adult video arcade, and the Improv. The best
place to eat there is T.G.I.Fridays. Near the Powerhouse is the Spaghetti Warehouse at
1231 Main Ave. They have a dine-on trolley car and matching decor and miles and miles of
pasta at reasonable prices. Also in the Flats is Peabodys Down Under, which often features
live rock entertainment.
- Where can I find a listing of other local places? The best place to find out
about current local entertainment and eateries is the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The "Friday"
section, only in Friday papers, is filled with ads of local restaurants, including some
coupons, and listings of various bands playing in area clubs.