CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is getting some big-time recognition.
It’s been nominated as one of the best musical attractions in the world by USA Today as part of their ’10 Best Readers’ Choice’ travel and award contest.
The entry for the Rock Hall states:
“Yes, this is the hall of fame for rock stars. The hall of fame foundation launched 25 years ago, and the museum on the Lake Erie shores in Cleveland opened shop in 1995. Today, visitors can experience four different theaters, seven floors of exhibits, all kinds of interactive stations and more, while learning about some of the most influential rock musicians in history. More than 8 million visitors from around the world have walked through these halls.”
Most recently, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame hosted the 30th annual induction ceremony at Public Hall in Cleveland. It featured artists like Joan Jett, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
The Rock Hall is one of 20 attractions on the list, which includes places like Graceland, Grand Ole Opry, Apollo Theater and Abbey Road. As of May 12, the Rock Hall had the most votes out of any other location.
Anyone can vote once per day, every day, until June 8.
For more information and to vote, click here.