National Blues Museum

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About National Blues Museum

Music AND history - what is not to love! Introducing The National Blues Museum, a fascinating place for the family to visit in St. Louis that explores the history of Blues music, and celebrates the genre as the foundation of all modern American music!

The mnuseum offers an entertaining environment where you can learn all about it, including high-impact technology-driven experiences, as well as a state-of-the-art theater, artifact-driven exhibits, and robust public programming!

It's a wonderful place where kids can really appreciate the importance of Blues music, and those who impacted the legacy. You never know, they might just be inspired to become a musician themselves, or it might introduce them to a new artist they can go home and deep dive their catalogue!

Blues music is such an important genre, with such a rich history behind it, exploring exhibits such as the ones in the National Blues Museum is an invaluable experience - and you're in St. Louis! What better place to do that?

Did you know that you can also experience LIVE music in the National Blues Museum? Yep! The Legends Lounge is the place to be for that, so just check their calendar online for the schedule!

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Adults $15.00

Children $10.00 (Over 5 years & Students)

Free Under 5 years

Last Update 2023

Discount Free for members. Seniors, Veterans & Active Military - $12.00

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National Blues Museum FAQ’s

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at National Blues Museum?

Grab something to eat in the area, there are plenty of places - you're in St. Louis after all! The Museum does not allow food or drink of any kind to be consumed inside both the permanent and temporary exhibition space.

Any top tips when visiting?

The National Blues Museum frequently has live music in their listening room, the Legends Room!

Teachers corner

Group admission ticket discounts are available for groups of 15 or more. Reservations are required. Please email [email protected] to book. It's a great way for students to learn about music and history!

Is National Blues Museum fully accessible?

The Museum is wheelchair accessible. Eliminating barriers to accessibility within the Museum is paramount in allowing all optimum access to the Museum experience.

Any additonal information?

Children under 5 must be accompanied by a paying adult