Vacations are more fun when you get the chance to do things that appeal to your interests or hobbies. If you love music, you may want to indulge on some sightseeing trips to places that have strong links to the greatest tunes or artists the world has seen.
Enjoy live performances at the Preservation Hall in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
New Orleans makes it to the top of many music lovers’ travel list. The place famous for its jazz music scene is home to many best-known artists. It also has many live performance venues to choose from. The Preservation Hall is a great place to catch some live performances of traditional New Orleans jazz. This is one place steeped with the city’s musical history and has the ambiance to show it.
Explore Graceland and Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee, USA
A trip to Memphis is not complete without a visit to Graceland and Sun Studios among other notable sites. You do not have to be a fan of Elvis Presley or rock ‘n’ roll to add this to your itinerary. With Sun Studios located in the same city, it would be a shame if you do not drop by to what many refer to as the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll.
Geek out at Experience Music Project (EMP) Museum in Seattle, Washington, USA
As the name suggests, the Experience Music Project Museum is a facility specifically for music. Apart from the music related exhibits, your inner geek will rejoice in the many interesting things you can find when exploring this place.
Shop for records at Amoeba Records in Los Angeles, California, USA
Amoeba Records is the best place to go records hunting. The massive shop is stocked with a wide array of CDs, DVDs, and vinyl records. Whether you are looking for that elusive record you wanted to buy or some DVDs of films you want to collect, there is no better place to indulge but here.
Soak in the music in Iceland
Iceland is home to many artistic people. There are several talented artists like painters and writers to name a few. And of course, it has its share of excellent musicians, performers, songwriters, and more. The place is also considered as one of the under the radar music festival destinations. But probably not for long, given the growing number of people discovering its vibrant music scene.
Take photos of the Joshua Tree in California, USA
Many U2 fans have already made the pilgrimage to the scenic park and take photos of the Joshua Tree. Regardless if you are a fan of U2 or not, a visit here should be worth the trip given the enchanting scenery.
Walk along the Abbey Road in London, England
When in London, make time to visit and walk across Abbey Road. It may seem silly, but it is not. After all, it has become a sort of tradition for many music fans out there to get that experience off their must-do list.