A special treat for any music buff, GRAMMY Museum features interactive exhibits dedicated to the history and past winners of the Grammy Awards. The museum features a rich collection of music artifacts, including hand-written song lyrics, audio/video recordings, and stage outfits of some of the world's best-known music stars. Start your music adventure at the first floor's introductory exhibit. A kind of hallway of music, the main gallery allows visitors to explore over 100 musical genres and traditions including pop, rock, classical, blues, and jazz. Pick up your tickets at the museum's box office, or save time by purchasing them online. Plan my trip to Los Angeles with suggested itineraries provided by Inspirock.
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Interesting place. I loved the Marley area and the part about NWA, that was pretty cool. There were areas playing iconic scenes from past events on big screens which were great to watch. A lot of...
Interesting place. I loved the Marley area and the part about NWA, that was pretty cool. There were areas playing iconic scenes from past events on big screens which were great to watch. A lot of... more »
My husband and I visited the Grammy Museum, we thoroughly enjoyed it. The exhibits were amazing. I highly recommend music lovers to visit the museum.
My husband and I visited the Grammy Museum, we thoroughly enjoyed it. The exhibits were amazing. I highly recommend music lovers to visit the museum. more »
I think they can definitely make more and better updates to such a fascinating glimpse into history already. I noticed I felt myself getting very overwhelmed by information as I was walking through, all of it was very good information though. I enjoyed that there were places to go into and listen/experience big accomplishments in music. I think with the info cards it would be great to make them interactive. Like it could be a small blurb on top and you could flip them up to show more detail if they are interested. I loved learning more about Latin American music and I hope more genres are added such as Kpop with how much it has impacted music culture. Seeing celebrity outfits in person were very very cool, I was even surprised to see outfits from the 2021 awards. It's refreshing to see a museum keep relevance rather than getting stuck in the past. Also I bought a music box from the lobby and I'm in love with it, it's so sweet.
I went there a few years back. The Motown exhibits make me think of a happy time growing up as a kid in Long Island, when the Motown greats were fine background music for summer fun. The Jackson Five makes me think of the last day of school of sixth grade...family trip up to summer camp etc.
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