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B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center

400 Second Street, Indianola

Admission for Two or Four with Gift Shop Credit at B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center (Up to 41% Off)

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Museum depicts B.B. King’s life and career through exhibits, a high-definition theater, and an interactive guitar studio

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September 26, 2021
It was an awesome experience. We really learned a lot about the history of the blues. To learn so much about the lives of the blues families. How it all got started. The final resting place of Riley King is a beautiful sight. We will be back.
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September 12, 2021
Could have spent more than two hours there. Very interesting. Lovely man.
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July 17, 2021
Awesome experience!
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June 3, 2021
Such a beautiful life; glad to learn about so much in the Mississippi Delta.
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October 17, 2020
The museum was very enlightening, historical, and informative. The museum was much larger than I imagined and the store has a large selection and variety of memorabilia. It was a wonderful experience and worth visiting.
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March 1, 2020
Awesome! A must-see if you are a fan
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March 1, 2020
Amazing museum full of wonderful knowledge about the life of B.B. King. Thank you so much!
5 ratings3 reviews
February 22, 2020
This museum was fantastic. I would recommend to anyone, took about 2 hours and worth it. Gail works in the shop and and is very informative and genuine. If you have the time, is worth it.
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  • $25.50 for admission for two adults, plus $10 credit at the gift shop ($40 value)
  • $46.50 for admission for four adults, plus $20 credit at the gift shop ($80 value)

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 12 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Free admission for kids under 5. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. May be repurchased every 365 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center

Blues is one of the few music genres considered to be wholly American, and its roots are firmly planted in the rich soil of the Mississippi Delta. Here, too, is where legendary musician B.B. King came of age. Indianola's B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center celebrates not only King's prolific career, but also the significance of the Mississippi Delta to music then and now. Interactive exhibits take visitors through the guitarist's life in chronological order, starting with his boyhood in the Delta and culminating with the highlights of his decades-long career.

  • The Building: The 20,000-square-foot museum was built on the site of an old cotton gin where B.B. King once worked.

  • Valuable Relic: Tucked in the section about B.B.'s pre-celebrity life is the Panoram, an early video jukebox on which he first saw the big bands he became so enamored with.

  • From His Early Career: In the exhibit on what was known as the Chitlin Circuit, you'll find the leather-bound notebook in which King stashed his song charts, meticulously cross-referenced by songwriter.

  • Other Mementos: Memorabilia from King's life spans the decades, including a quilt from his boyhood home, his draft card, and various iterations of his guitar, Lucille.

  • Hidden Gem: The museum also includes items from other artists of his era, such as Janis Joplin's handwritten lyrics.

  • Hands-On Exhibit: Under video instruction from B.B. King himself, visitors strum tunes on guitars.

  • From the Press: "The ... facility is likely the most elaborate museum in the U.S. about a single living musician, but Mr. King's stature justifies the investment." — Wall Street Journal