Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

On the bank of Lake Erie, in the city where the term “rock and roll” was coined (by DJ Alan Freed), you’ll find a music lover’s stairway to heaven known as the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

The museum opened in 1995, celebrating its first class of HOFers with a concert for the ages, featuring performances by rock and roll legends James Brown, Bob Dylan, Jerry Lee Lewis, Aretha Franklin, and Johnny Cash. New inductees each year keep the star power flowing and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame houses it all: exhibits, artifacts, archives, and interactive displays that bring you up close and personal with the characters and personalities that make your favorite Rock & Roll artists and songs feel larger than life.