In April 1998, the Museum opened a new wing dedicated to honoring those artists, producers, songwriters and other industry professionals who have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame wing is a 2900-square-foot drum that extends out dramatically above Lake Erie. Monitors at the entrance of the Hall of Fame feature highlights of past induction ceremonies. The centerpiece of the exhibit is a multimedia production projected onto three large screens. The presentation combines film footage, music, interviews, animation and still photography to tell the stories of the inductees. From the theater, a gently sloping walkway leads along past a series of glass panels etched with the signatures of inductees.