The Guided Tour with Blandina comes FREE when you purchase tickets to the SF Music Hall of Fame Gallery.

When you arrive, make sure to confirm with the Hotel Front Desk staff that you are signed up for the tour. If you are interested in the tour please purchase the 4 PM time slot found within the EventBrite link below.

Limited tour slots available, 10 person maximum per day. Fills up fast!

We are located at 1353 Bush St. SF, CA 94109 inside Music City Hotel

Sylvia BadenhausenSylvia Badenhausen
00:37 23 Dec 21
Fascinating!!! I took the tour of Music CityWow I was blown away at all the music trivia and info about these SF bands. I had no idea most of these started in SF, enlightened to bands I knew and learned about so many new bands on my tour.The hotel is very cool each room had a different theme or artist highlighted.The staircase was a piano and the hotel is 4 wings, 2 floors of rooms and music.I didn’t stay at the hotel but I did observe that everything was clean, sanitized and I felt they took extra measures to ensure our safety.I loved the tour guide Blandina! she was fun, informative, colorful witty and knew so much about SF.I would definitely recommend it to all, this fascinating music city…
Colleen LoboyColleen Loboy
05:02 25 Oct 21
The gallery is so well done- it’s so fun to listen to the music and look at the photos & read the info. And room was super clean and comfy. Perfect! I had a private room with shared bathroom which I was slightly worried about- but it was wonderful! Felt like my own private bathroom. Great location too. Staff also let me store my luggage until the evening.
03:42 12 Oct 21
Whenever I’m in another city I walk everywhere so I can explore different neighborhoods. It’s the only way to see some cool sites. I came across this place today and thought it was great. Granted I didn’t stay here but I did go in and check out all the cool photos on the gallery walls. The girl employee who I talked to was very friendly and helpful. There’s some merchandise to buy like t-shirts and such. The place looked very clean and I loved the music vibe in here. I’m really glad I was able to stop in and if you’re in the area I say come check it out.

Music Hall of Fame Gallery

The World’s Largest Gallery of San Francisco Music

How did West Coast Hip-Hop, Thrash Metal, and the Psychedelic sounds of the Summer of Love all take root and thrive in the Bay Area?

A must see San Francisco tourist attraction for music lovers.

The Gallery honors around 90 of the most iconic Bay Area artists & bands.

Blown up shots from Getty Images, laser printed on aluminum  Original written tributes by prominent national writers such as

Ben Fong-Torres  [Rolling Stone Magazine], Emma Silvers [KQED], Joel Selvin [SF Chronicle], and more.

Photographers such as Robert Altman [Rolling Stone] also honored 

Brick Walk

Over 300 Bricks Dedicated to Bay Area Music Scene

Marvel at our outdoor ‘Brick Walk’ honoring the top music legends in San Francisco by having them immortalized on our brick entryway by renowned Rock Radio DJ Paul “Lobster” Wells.

Music City Brick Walk is part of our San Francisco Hall of Fame. At the entrance to our building, we have put together over 300 bricks of amazing acts, venues, and people that were associated with the SF music scene over the last 50 years.

Audio Tour Example

Take an audio tour through time with your host local DJ Mike Watermann.  Follow the numbers on the biographies or pick your own path.

Want to hear the whole audio tour? Purchase your tickets today and come take a tour through SF music history!

Gallery Info & Location

For inquiries or questions about the gallery please email frontdesk@musiccityhotel.org

  • Our building requires Masks at all times.
  • We have a limited number of people allowed to enter the building to help with social distancing.
  • Our building has NO Wheelchair access at this time, sorry for any inconveniences.
  • The Gallery takes about 1 hour and 30 mins to 2 hours to complete fully.
  • Please bring your own headphones to use with a smartphone to enjoy the audio tour.
  • Kids 8 and under are free
  • No pets (except for service animals)