Highways 61 and 49 meet in Clarksdale, MS, home of "The Crossroads," where Delta blues legend Robert Johnson was said to sell his soul to the devil at midnight to be able to play his extraordinary music - or so the story goes. Travel to The Crossroads online and purchase a souvenir of this legendary site from our online Gift Shop. We have Crossroads tees, coffee mugs, Crossroads branded-coffee, authentic replicas of Highways 61 and 49 road signs, Crossroads pins, magnets, keychains, and our exclusive Crossroads poster. Buy a piece of The Crossroads and share the story!
Our Crossroads Sign Set contains authentic duplicates of Highways 61 and 49 which meet in Clarksdale at "The Crossroads." Metal replicas are 11" x 13" from our Gift Shop.
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Clarksdale, MS 38614