Don't confuse this place with Stax, which is dedicated entirely to American soul music. Both deserve a visit, but Rock 'N' Soul covers more genres, including country, gospel, blues, and rock. Beginning with the 1930s, the museum shows how a variety of influences came together to form what would become rock and roll. In keeping with the theme, there are jukeboxes throughout the museum that play songs from that room's decade. Narrated tours via audio devices allow visitors to customize their own musical selections. Budget up to two hours to explore the entire space, and call ahead if you're planning a visit, as the museum often closes early for private parties. The museum is right across the street from the Gibson Guitar Factory, so you can do that tour when you're done with this one.