The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is a vital economic engine in Northeast Ohio. Since opening in 1995, the Museum has welcomed more than10 million visitors and driven more than $2 billion dollars in economic impact to the regional economy. The Museum is known across the United States and throughout the world as a “must-see” music destination.
The Rock Hall:
Generates more than $107 million annually in economic impact.
Continues to draw hundreds of thousands of tourists to Cleveland each year; 90% of visitors to the Rock Hall come from outside of Cleveland.
Is the single, unique culture asset that differentiates Cleveland from other cities.
Has the highest attendance among halls of fame.
In 2012, the Rock Hall was recognized for its significant accomplishments regarding diversity and inclusion as part of the Commission on Economic Inclusion's “Commission 50," a select group that includes 25 non-profits and 25 for profits. The Commission on Economic Inclusion is a program of the Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP).