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Museum Info
  • LOCATION: Located at 200 B.B. King Avenue, just south of Beale St. at FedExForum [map]. Open daily 9:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. (Last tour at 6:15 p.m.)
  • TICKET PRICES: Adult admission, $12.50; Youth (5-17), $9.50. Group rates and certain discounts apply. Combo ticket which includes Memphis Music Hall of Fame available for $17. Full details.
  • Call us a 901-205-2533,  or for more information or shoot us an email.
  • Free Sun Studio Shuttle rocks you over to Graceland or Sun Studio. Schedule.
  • Free Tuesdays for Shelby County Residences with valid ID. Full details




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Walking In Memphis


It is not only one of the most famous Music Streets in the world, but historic Beale Street... located right outside our front door... is packed with history. In the early 1900s, the street served as the major commercial street for one of Memphis' larger African American communties. Its story includes civil rights icons like Ida B. Wells and Ernest Withers, the American Negro Baseball league, one of the earliest Piggly Wiggly supermarkets, legedary hotels and nightclubs, as well as tragedies like the Yellow Plague epidemic. For a few dollars more on your Rock 'n' Soul ticket, we can add an exclusive "Walking Tour of Beale Street," with souvenir map and audio guide of this legendary street.


The Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum is the only Memphis TN museum which tells the complete story of Memphis music history, as researched by the Smithsonian Institution. A Memphis Must See, this Memphis Tennessee Museum tells of the musical pioneers and legends of all racial and socio-economic backgrounds who, for the love of music, overcame obstacles to create the musical sound that changed the world. Rock 'n' Soul teams up with several other Memphis tourist attractions to offer visitors a fun, educational and comprehensive  Memphis Tennessee music experience.




Tourism Cares

Arts Memphis

Tennessee Arts Commission


The Mission of the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum is to Preserve and Tell the Story of Memphis Music and to perpetuate its legacy.