RV Short Stops: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Beatles Exhibit (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame)

Just about every RVer has ‘a little bit of Rock and Roll’ in their DNA and a trip to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is guaranteed to stir up memories of younger years. Step back in time and enjoy innovative programs, experience live concerts and walk through exhibits, such as:

The Beatles Exhibit

See the upright piano that John Lennon and Paul McCartney composed some of their most iconic songs. Including: “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” “We Can Work It Out,” and “Got to Get You Into My Life.”

“The impact of the Beatles has often been noted but cannot be overstated,” according to the website.  The ‘Fab Four’ from Liverpool, England, “startled the ears and energized the lives of virtually all who heard them.”

Their arrival triggered the musical revolution of the 60s, “introducing a modern sound and viewpoint that parted ways with the world of the previous decade.”

Elvis Presley’s custom SuperTrike motorcycle, 1975 (Rock & Roll Hall of Fame).
The Elvis Exhibit

Summer 2019 marks the 45th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s unprecedented feat of selling out Madison Square Garden for four consecutive nights. And, unfortunately, August 16 marks the 40th anniversary of the King’s tragic and untimely death.

The legacy Elvis leaves behind is one of authoritative greatness: “Elvis is the King of Rock and Roll.” Since the Rock Hall opened its doors in 1995, there has been a standing Elvis exhibit.

RV parking (April-January Only) in North Port Lot, Dock 32
Contact: mhoward@spplus.com

The “Right Here, Right Now” Exhibit (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame)

Rate: $30 – $42 (subject to change)
Overnight parking is available.

Regular Hours
Daily: 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Wed: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas

For more information click on RV Short Stops’ “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Julianne G. Crane

Photos: Courtesy of RockHall.com

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