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Must-Visit Places For Every Music Fan Before They Die

Written on May 6, 2017   By   in Music havens

Want to see Eddie Van Halen’s famous Frankenstein guitar? Maybe you’re looking for a symphony orchestra? Or you just want a trip down to memory lane? Problem solved. We are here to cover some of the coolest places to go to if you want a little dose of history about music.

Music has always been a companion of people since the prehistoric times (Not really. But you get my point). Science also tells us that music can affect the mood and health of a person. Listening to good music can give you health benefits. Match it with good food and good drinks, you’re one step closer towards living a healthy life. Juicing can help you with that. You can visit juicerkings.com if you want to learn more about juicing. Music and Health? Who said that they’re not connected!

From Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Wagner to Nirvana, Backstreet Boys and Tupac. It’s like an endless wave of great musicians way back then. Now? I just don’t wanna talk about it.

Alright. Let’s visit some landmarks for us Music Fanatics.

Rock And Roll Hall of Fame – Cleveland, Ohio

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – Cleveland, Ohio

This is the place where they induct the best of best in the world of Rock N’ Roll. Van Halen, Hendrix, Yes and even Tupac Shakur was inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Very cool set of exhibits. Old photos, Guitars of Rock Gods, Costumes and other valuable memorabilia from the greatest artists of all time. Ticket price costs about $23 for General Admission. Definitely worth it!

MoPOP (Museum of Pop Culture) – Seattle, Washington


MoPOP’s Funky Design

Formerly called EMP/SFM (Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame). Founded by Microsoft’s co-founder Paul Allen in the year 2000. It is located in Seattle, Washington. The birthplace of grunge music back in the 90’s. This museum features mainly Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain in their galleries. Both of them are Seattle natives. You should also see the Guitar Sculpture in it. Pretty Cool.

The last one on our list is:

Carnegie Hall – New York City, New York

Built by Andrew Carnegie in 1891, it’s still one of the most famous musical places in the world today. Back in the past, It showcased the best talents the music scene can offer like The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Duke Ellington and Stevie Ray Vaughan. The lobbies are riddled with vintage photographs and memorabilia. Today, it still hosts about 300 shows per year. Mainly concertos and symphony orchestras. Historical Indeed.


Thanks for reading this article and I sure do hope that you enjoyed every single bit of it. Peace out!


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