National Blues Museum Admission Ticket
The National Blues Museum opened in April 2016. They are located in the new Mercantile Exchange. Which is downtown in St. Louis. It is a couple mile from the iconic Gateway Arch. You can come by foot or public transportation. The museum is about the blues musical history. It will take about five to seven hours.
Vistors who love to go to the museum will experience the fun of how music was first played on how music was written. A group or individual who makes up a stage name and wants to create their own music. They will enjoy this museum. You can save, recorded the music, and share. On the second trip, you can add more music to your song.
The museum is closed Monday's in November to March. You will need to print or electronically get the ticket to go on the trip. All entrance and fees are included. Your food and drinks are not included. The hotel picks up and drops off is not included either.
A confirmation number will need to be printed out by the time of the booking of the tour. It takes a two-step process to go on the tour. If you need a wheelchair then the museum has one for your on the trip. Going on a tour of the museum will be fun for a couple who loves the blues music. You can have a wonderful time when with a partner.
If you want to have a great time with a family member or a close friend. You can enjoy each other company when listening to some blues music at the National Blues Museum. Many fans of blues music can listen to it all day long. The older generation who was in the 1940's to the 60's has experienced these wonderful moments.
Having opened in April 2016, the National Blues Museum is located in the new MX (Mercantile Exchange) district in downtown St. Louis. It is just a few blocks from the iconic Gateway Arch. The museum is easily accessible by foot or by public transportation. The museum is dedicated to exploring the musical history and impact of the blues.
Museum-goers can experience the fun process of creating music. Begin by creating a stage name, writing songs, playing instruments, recording music, and then playing, saving, and sharing your files on social media. When you come back for your second visit, add more layers to your previously created song!
Pickup & Return:
National Blues Museum.
Departure Times: Hours:
Tuesday- Saturday: 10:00-5:00
Monday and Sunday: 12:00-5:00
*Closed Monday's November-March
- All taxes, fees, and handling charges
- Entrance fees
Does not include:
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible