North Carolina Music Hall of Fame, Kannapolis

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The North Carolina Music Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization and museum in Kannapolis, North Carolina that was created to honor musicians, composers and artists with ties to North Carolina that have made significant impact in the music industry. The museum serves as a clearinghouse for North Carolina musicians from all time periods, and preserves a number of memorabilia artifacts for public display.

In December 2014, the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame relocated to a new home within the Curb Museum for Music and Motorsports at 600 Dale Earnhardt Boulevard.
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  • The museums have free parking and there is no admission charge. When you go to the entrance, there is a good chance it will be locked. The instructions on the door tell you to push the bell button...  more »
  • Its like having 2 museums in 1. Music Hall of Fame where all muscians, and singers from North Carolina are honored. There are costumes, plaques and memorabilia from the artist in this museum. They...  more »
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  • Well worth a visit - and the entrance to this museum of race cars & the NC Hall of Fame is FREE!!! Incredible race cars on display, incredible music albums on display. Detailed info on CURB car racing and music recordings. This place is not only massive, it's packed with so much to see. Everyone working there is extremely nice and helpful. If you're in town, make sure to do by!
  • This is a must see museum for any music or racing lover. The exhibits are well designed and aesthetically pleasing. If you want to get the most from your visit, you'll need to scan the QR code to learn more about the artists. I wish there was a button to press to hear audio of their songs, but the collection of artifacts is lovely. The museum is free (accepts donations). It has odd hours, so make sure to plan your visit.

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