10 Travel Destinations For Classic Rock Fans

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Rock N’ Roll Tour

If you’re considering to travel in the most rock n’ roll way, then you need to visit these sites while listening to your favorite rock artists.

In this list, we’ll provide you information where your next rock n’ roll destination should be.

So consider this as your Rock N’ Roll Travel Guidebook.


The Cavern Club, Liverpool UK (The Beatles)

The club where the teenagers from Liverpool became legends.


Chelsea Hotel (Manhattan, NYC)

Musicians like Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, Janis Joplin, and many more stayed in this hotel when they happened to be in Manhattan.


The Beverly Hills Hotel (Eagles’ Hotel California)

The place where you can check out anytime, but you never leave (if you know what I mean).


Abbey Road, London UK

One of the most important places in the history of rock n’ roll. The ordinary crosswalk that the Beatles made identifiable today.


Bethel, White Lake, New York (Woodstock 1969′ Museum)

You’ll be able to relive all the events that happened in 1969’s Woodstock Festival.


Budokan, Tokyo Japan

Most of Rock Legends have recorded their live albums in here, so you might want to consider going in this place if you’re a true rock n’ roll fan.


Experience Music Project, Seattle

Jimi Hendrix birthplace – and one of the places in the world that has the biggest contributions in the history of rock n’ roll.


Physical Graffiti, New York City

The cover photo of Led Zeppelin’s album, “Physical Graffiti” and yes, it’s an actual place, and of course you know that. You can take a selfie in here and brag about it.


The Crossroads, Clarksdale, Mississippi

No Blues Music = No Rock Music. This place is the Delta crossroads home of the blues. The place where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil to gain his mastery on the guitar.


Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland, Ohio

The WONDER OF ROCK N’ ROLL. Holiest of holy places — Cleveland was the one who gave us the name of “Rock N’ Roll,”  so there’s that.