CLEVELAND (AP) — The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame thinks a proposed expansion would be music to the ears of patrons of the museum and a nearby science center.
The rock museum on the edge of Lake Erie in Cleveland is seeking a renewable lease on an acre of city-owned land that separates the museum from the Great Lakes Science Center.
The Plain Dealer reports the museum would use the land for a roughly 50,000-square-foot (4,645-square-meter) expansion that could include room for exhibits, special events, education, object conservation and research.
The plan also proposes a glass-enclosed connection along the waterfront promenade to link the Rock Hall to the Science Center.
Rock Hall visitors parking in the Science Center's garage in winter must now brave a chilly walk between the two facilities.