Memphis’ Rock 'n' Soul Museum reopens today

Memphis’ Rock 'n' Soul Museum reopens today
Through the end of June, Shelby County residents can receive half-price admission.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis’ Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum will reopen today, according to a press release.

Hours of operation will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, closed Mondays and Tuesday.

The museum will be open Memorial Day, according to the press release.

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Through the end of June, Shelby County residents can receive half-price admission with proof of residency.

The Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum is located at FedExForum, just south of Beale Street on B.B. King Boulevard.

Regular tickets are $13 for adults and $10 for youth ages 5-17.

All customers must wear masks, according to the press release.

Employees will also be wearing masks.

From the press release:

Social distancing will be designated in the museum lobby, gift shop and Introductory Theater.

No groups of six or more may enter the museum’s lobby at a time.

No more than eight guests will be allowed in the lobby or Introductory Theater at a time.

No more than 60 guests will be allowed in Rock ‘n’ Soul at a time (regular capacity is 321).

Guests’ temperatures will be taken upon entering, and a series of questions will be asked.

Ticket purchases will be hands-free.

Hand sanitizer will be available to guests at the entrance and exit, at the ticket counter, in each restroom and in the gift shop. Bacterial free hand soap will be available in each restroom.