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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.
GRAMMY Museum reviews
The top floor was our favorite. The first room had a film of famous Grammy moments that is a must see. Do watch the whole thing. Nice collection of costumes and artifacts. The Marleys display is...
The top floor was our favorite. The first room had a film of famous Grammy moments that is a must see. Do watch the whole thing. Nice collection of costumes and artifacts. The Marleys display is... more »
Great place for music lovers. Covers the gamut from classical to jazz and pop. It's small, but interesting. Videos, pictures, and costumes worn by the entertainers. Country and Western stars...
Great place for music lovers. Covers the gamut from classical to jazz and pop. It's small, but interesting. Videos, pictures, and costumes worn by the entertainers. Country and Western stars... more »
The GRAMMY Museum is great for people who love music and the award show. There are outfits and musical instruments worn and played by plenty of famous singers from all around the world. There is a floor dedicated to women in country music, including some of Taylor Swift's outfits. Another wing has a section dedicated to Bob Marley and his family. There is a small section (with a long line just to take a photo) with Michael Jackson's memorabilia including the jacket he wore in the Thriller Music video. I came on a free museum Day and do not think it is worth the full admission price as the museum is quite small and you don't need more than an hour to calmly explore all the floors.
If you're into music this is definitely a place to see. Great displays and wonderful music everywhere you go. The evolution of the Grammy was pretty neat to see how it's grown through time. We breezed through pretty quick, about an hour but you could easily spend more time reading all the info and watching the video clips. There's a little spot with places to sit and watch Grammy performances and awards. It was hard not to sing along and groove a little. You take the elevator to the top to start your journey and work your way back down. Small gift shop.
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