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Onsite Programs

Education Programs at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

2023-2024 Education Programs

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's onsite education programs are curated and taught inside the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame by the Museum's award-winning education team. 

Following all programs self-guided activities, available on Rock Hall EDU Online, help chaperones/leaders ask students to investigate specific exhibit cases and artifacts and reflect on what they observe. The interactive Garage exhibit and the Power of Rock experience also have guiding questions, making these marquee Rock & Roll Hall of Fame experiences part of your programming day. 

Free Educational Programming

Even better: Certain Ohio schools are eligible for FREE educational programming! To find out if your school meets the requirements, please fill out the form here.

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Rock Hall EDU

2023-2024 Onsite Programs

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Hello Cleveland!: Why Cleveland is the Home of Rock & Roll

This 30-minute presentation is designed to educate up to 150 students from 5th to 12th grade on the people and events that made Cleveland, OH the home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

A young man wearing a hooded sweatshirt, glasses and headphones around his neck is being taught by a woman with a ponytail and glasses how to scratch records on turntables like a hip-hop DJ.

From The Bronx to The Hall: Hip-Hop Culture's Birth and Evolution

This 1.5-hour long experience is designed to educate up to 100 students from 5th to 12th grade, highlighting the musical revolution created by hip-hop.

Students standing in front of a stage wearing coats of many colors watching 3 players onstage with a woman playing a white guitar, a man playing a wooded drumset, and a woman playing a black and red keyboard.

Play It Loud!: The Musical Instruments of Rock & Roll

This 1.5-hour long experience is designed to educate up to 100 students from Kindergarten to 5th grade on the history of musical instruments and how they were used to create the unique sounds of rock & roll.

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We Shall Overcome

This 1.5-hour long experience is designed to educate up to 100 students from 5th to 12th grade, spotlighting artists using music for positive, organized activism against various types of oppression.