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We totally enjoyed the MN Music Hall of Fame. Take advantage of the audio aid. One can punch in the number of the exhibit to hear about the artist. The admission price is reasonable and if one is a fan of Minnesota music, it is...More
If you want information on numerous polka bands, this is your place. If you want to hear albums of polka music, this is your place. If you want to catch the occasional Minnesota-based musician, this is your place. If you want a tour of any...More
We were amazed at the quality and depth of the displays on Minnesota musicians. There are great band leaders and teachers, blues musicians, female vocalists, and of course Whoopee John. Each musicians display has an audio portion. You may want to bring ear buds to...More
My husband and I stopped this past weekend. It is $5 to get in for non-members and this includes a little machine that you can listen to recordings about the different artists. It was definitely worth the stop.
This unexpected gem filled over an hour of our day. The low admission price includes an audio tour, and you are encouraged to wander about, listening to stories about the people who have provided the soundtrack of our state. So many types of music, from...More
Fun to see local Musicians and Nationally known(Bob Dylan, Prince, Andrew Sisters, Judy Garland)
Spent 1-1/2 hours there. Audio tour included in very inexpensive admission price. Photo taking is allowed.
Wow, what a great find. It's right there on Broadway but it's very easy to drive by and miss. But you have to stop in if you're interested in all things associated with Minnesota music. Who knew the Waconia Knights of Columbus had a drum...More