Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a real treasure for northeast Ohio and the world. Every time I have been to the Rock Hall I have discovered something that I hadn't seen or heard before. In fact, I would like to see more Ohioans take advantage of this iconic museum. Just like other types of museums,exhibits come and eventually go, so when I heard today that 2 blockbuster exhibits at the Rock Hall are scheduled to close, I thought I would give you a "head's up" and a reason to spend some quality time at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
If you are a "pinball wizard", then you don't want to miss this interactive exhibit called "Part of the Machine: Rock & Pinball". In fact the Rock Hall is setting these pinball games to FREE PLAY until the official end date on September 4th. You can demonstrate your pinball expertise on rock-centric machines featuring legends such as Alice Cooper, Elton John and even Dolly Parton.
Also coming to a close is the multi-floor exhibition, "Stay Tuned: Rock on TV". You'll find the exhibition on levels 4, 5 and 6 at the Rock Hall until September 9th. View Paul Shaffer's keyboard used on the Late Show with David Letterman, stage designs from the Beatles appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show and contracts between artists and American Bandstand and much more.
Other exhibits are coming to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this Fall and Winter and other exhibits will continue like "Woodstock at 50". I think my main point to get across is that the power of Rock and Roll has shaped our world and to have such a museum as the Rock Hall so close, it is a waste not to take it all in. I invite you to take your family, take your friends and make a day of it. The History of Rock is on display just up the highway and more history is being made everyday. It's the story of our lives. To find out more click here