After 23 months the From Asbury Park to the Promised Land exhibit, the Bruce Springsteen shrine at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland closed on Sunday night, but not before the Boss himself got there to check it all out.

Hall of Fame Vice President of Exhibitions and Curatorial Affairs, Jim Henke, gave him a tour, and had a meet and greet with fans on February 27, 2011. Springsteen even commented and told stories about some of the artifacts to fellow patrons as he walked through.

Those pieces of rock history included handwritten lyrics; the Fender Esquire guitar pictured on the cover of Born to Run; his 1960 Corvette, which he bought following the success of Born to Run; the saxophone Clarence Clemons played on "Jungleland;" the four-track tape recorder Springsteen used to lay down songs for his 1982 album Nebraska; the white T-shirt and torn jeans he wore on the cover of Born in the U.S.A.; one of Danny Federici's accordions; a video with rare footage and even listening stations where you could hear some of his early recordings.

The exhibit that took up two whole floors at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will now be taken down and replaced by an exhibit called, Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power which is set to open in May.

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