EXHIBITS Tell the History of the Blues
 VieW Other Exhibits

Mississippi Roots

Memphis Blues

Beale Street Blues

Chicago Blues

West Coast Blues

Blues Across America

History of Harmonica

Blues Guitars

Blues Radio Stations

Classic Women Singers

Blues Had A Baby

The Blues Alive

Rare Blues Photos


            ore than 15 themed Blues & Legends Hall of Fame Museum
               exhibits tell the story and history of blues music beginning

with Mississippi Roots and continuing through The Blues Alive.

Important historic blues areas are covered in specific exhibits...Memphis

Blues, Beale Street Blues, Chicago Blues and West Coast Blues...Blues Across America tells the story of Texas and Louisiana Blues.


 The Museum, which opened in May 1998, was the largest and most comprehensive Blues Museum in the world for 9 years thanks to the vision of its founder, David Simmons, and the financial support of Jack Binion and the Horseshoe Casino.  Part of the museum exhibit cases were donated to the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale, some of the items and George Hunt paintings anchor the "Gateway to the Blues" exhibit in the historic Tutwiler Train Station now located next to the Tunica Visitors Center on Highway 61, and some items remain in Simmons' collection as we look for a new partner and a new location for Blues & Legends Hall of Fame Museum.


In the meantime, enjoy the beginnings of virtual tour of Blues & Legends Hall of Fame Museum.



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