Vault - Save up to $9 at HardRock
Vault on International Drive
Orlando's newest Museum! - Treasures and interactives from all
around the world of rock and roll. Come for a single day
admission of just $14.95 - and with the coupon above SAVE another $1.50
Cafe International has opened its vault of rock n’ roll memorabilia to
the public in a 17,000-square-foot museum. The Hard Rock Vault
showcases a portion of the company’s 65,000 rock artifacts that rotate
among its restaurants, hotels and casinos worldwide. It’s in a building
that once housed the Guinness Book of World Records Experience.
Visitors to the exhibit enter through a tunnel illuminated by
vintage images of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones on oversized
flat-screen TVs. The hallway leads into the “Hub,” the attraction’s
main exhibit hall, which includes a black leather jacket Bruce
Springsteen wore on the cover of his “Born to Run” album, Led Zeppelin
legend John Bonham’s drum set and guitars from Pete Townshend, Steve
Cropper and B.B. King.
The Hub is followed by the “Total Immersion Tour,” a guided
stroll offered to about a dozen visitors at a time through several
themed rooms. It starts in the “Back Alley,” a tribute that links punk
icons such as the Sex Pistols and The Ramones with Nirvana and Courtney
Next door, there’s the “Dressing Room,” with costumes worn by
Elton John, Madonna, Gene Simmons, Prince and others. It leads to the
“Psychedelic Meltdown,” with Jimi Hendrix collectibles.
Ideal for small receptions, informal buffet style functions, mixers and
any number of group functions where fun is the key ingredient.