I went to the R&R HofF because my wife wanted to see the big Beatles exhibit. So we drove there. I wasn't expecting much, but I was very pleasantly surprised at the various items, exhibits, and especially the videos of interviews etc. The place starts on floor 1 but much of the action is on floor 0 (zero). They have a neat one hit wonder area. Lot of Rolling Stones stuff with a cool video showing Mick. I enjoyed seeing some of the clothes he wore at the concert I attended long ago.
The place has a kereyoke area that you can play the guitar, drums, piano and sing. They of course make you exit the place through the museum store, which isn't bad. I did enjoy seeing the vinyl albums for sale. No ice drinks, because of Covid Protocol's. If you like R&R it is a great place to go and remember many of the greats like Freddie Mercury, Prince, Muddy Waters, BB King, and so many others Freddie King, Dusty Hill, Clarence Clemmons, Michael Jackson, and a great video of Eddie Van Halen. TONS of guitars.
Cool place, but a warning, they switch out exhibits every six months I think they said, so there was no Beach Boys, my wife wanted to see them, and no Chicago, only drumsticks for Queen. It's worth going.