You can’t visit St. Louis without a visit to the National Blues Museum. The museum appeals to die hard Blues aficionados, with lots of memorabilia and artifacts from Blues Legends. It is also a fun time for the more casual fans. You’ll have the chance to become a blues musician for the day, going through the process of creating a song at this hands-on museum.
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Easy public transit access, not far from the famed Gateway Arch
Your song can be shared on social media; add to it on your next visit
Having just 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!