National Blues Museum is Now Open (Photos)
The National Blues Museum officially opened it doors on Saturday April 2, filling Washington Avenue in downtown St. Louis with the rhythm and blues. The opening day festivities began with a musical procession from the Normandy High School marching band then a ribbon cutting. Throughout the day there was a rotation of live entertainment inside the Lumiere Place Legands Room. The new 23,000 square-foot museum includes more than 16,000 square feet of highly interactive technology and artifact-driven exhibits, an exclusive 150-seat performance area, special event space and classrooms.
Check out the photos below of what you can expect to see when you first visit: