Learn more about the early years of rock and roll in the 1950s and discover ways you can bring that history into your classroom, including lesson plans, listening guides, and exclusive content.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s education programs have become one of the most celebrated and award-winning emanating from any fine arts museum in the nation. Music gives us a microphone to speak to the world. And music has the power to bring generations, nationalities and people together. Now more than ever, it’s critical to study and understand how music is changing our world as well as reflecting it.
From free events and signature programs to fun educational opportunities for students and teachers, we welcome you to check out all that the Rock Hall has to offer.
Inside the Classroom
Our educational programs, designed for everyone from toddlers to adults, are developed to offer a deeper understanding of the impact that rock and roll has made on our world.
From major concert events to artist interviews, lectures and panel discussions, these programs reinforce the Museum’s commitment to the celebration, study and interpretation of rock and roll music and its roots.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s award-winning interactive videoconferencing program, On the Road, continues to reach new audiences in classrooms across the country and around the world, expanding the horizons of thousands of young people every year.