Science Rocks in Cleveland!
Visiting Cleveland with the family? In celebration of the Rock Hall 2018 Induction ceremony, Great Lakes Science Center and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame are partnering on a new combo ticket featuring "America's Musical Journey," the latest giant-screen documentary feature in the Cleveland Clinic DOME Theater.
The new movie traces the roots of American music with Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Aloe Blacc, and narration by Academy Award winning actor Morgan Freeman, following the footsteps of Louis Armstrong through the colorful locales and cultures where America's music was born. As audiences join Blacc on this joyful, tune-filled tour, they'll visit such iconic cities as New Orleans, Chicago, New York City, Nashville, Memphis, Miami and more, exploring the collision of cultures that gave birth to jazz, the blues, country, rock and roll, and hip-hop.
The iconic music in the movie is given visual accompaniment by several uniquely American adventures such as paddle-wheel boating up the Mississippi, flash mob dancing in Chicago, and skydiving with Elvis impersonators over Memphis in scenes shot exclusively for the giant screen.
It's the perfect destination for a family staycation or vacation. For an inside look at the lives and the stories behind the music of your favorite performers, visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Invent, tinker and create your way through hundreds of hands on exhibits at Great Lakes Science Center, including the NASA Glenn Visitor Center.
Guests can utilize the Science Rocks package and visit the Science Center and the Rock Hall, or purchase a combo ticket for the Rock Hall and the movie. Combo tickets are available for online purchase only at GreatScience.com or rockhall.com. Single DOME theater-only tickets are also available, both online and at the Science Center's box office.