As of June 3, 2020
The Memphis Music Hall of Fame has emerged from quarantine and is welcoming guests to visit the exhibit that is as cool as our Inductees. For the time being, the Memphis Music Hall of Fame Museum will be open Wednesday through Friday each week, from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm. We are located at 126 Beale Street at Second Street, between Hard Rock Cafe and Lansky Bros. Clothier.
Through June, Memphis Music Hall of Fame admission will be half price for Shelby County residents. Regular admission is $8 for adults, & $6 for youth 5-17. The Hall of Fame also offers a combo ticket for $18 per adult, which provides admission to both the Memphis Music Hall of Fame Museum and the Smithsonian-developed Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum located just one block away.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Memphis Music Hall of Fame Museum will be limiting the number of guests in the museum lobby to 6 at a time, and will limit guests in the Hall of Fame exhibit to 20 persons at a time. We ask that guests please wear masks, and respect 6-foot social distancing. We will be checking temperatures as guests enter. If you are feeling ill, or if you have been in contact with anyone testing positive for the coronavirus… we ask that you postpone your visit, for the protection of our employees and other guests.
For your safety, all of our counters, elevator buttons, rails, restrooms and touchscreens will be cleaned regularly. We will provide anti-bacterial soap and hand sanitizer throughout the museum.
For any questions, please give us a call at (901) 205-2532.
Anyone interested in donating to this non-profit, 501(c)3 museum, and help advance its mission to preserve and tell the story of Memphis music and perpetuate its legacy… can do so by simply texting MUSIC to 56512.