This place really surprised me. It had a ton of history and great deal to see. The kids enjoyed being able to walk around and liked the soul train exhibit that they got to dance to.
About Stax Museum of American Soul Music
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You will not want the introductory film to the self-guided tour to end! You might even get up and dance during it!! This museum takes visitors from the roots of soul music, gospel singing in church, through time. Isaac Hayes’s turquoise, gold-guilded car is on...More
This is a must as part of your trip is your are interested in the music it represents lots of interesting facts and pictures
Best part of trip to Memphis! Music I grew up with! Great to be able to be in the studio where some of the best soul ever was recorded.
Informative, full of information and interesting items. We could have spent hours in here. It was absolutely fascinating. If you drive here, don't drive around the neighbourhood. Park, go to the museum and leave again. I would go round this museum again and again. It...More
My iPod is my constant companion on trips, no matter where I go but especially on road trips. As a large part of my collection is 60s and 70s R&B and soul, it’s entirely fitting (and inevitable) that I’d end up at the Stax Museum,...More
The flow and story are laid out great with the feel and sounds that get you into the place and the era. The people were friendly and the merch was very cool. The Bobby Blue Bland coke spoon shoes were something. The caddie on the...More
If you are a fan of soul music you would not want to miss this on your trip to Memphis. An excellent way to pass an afternoon.