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The Grammy Museum, Los Angeles

(4.2/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
A special treat for any music buff, The 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. Using our world travel planner, Los Angeles attractions like The Grammy Museum can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Went to go see the Grammy Museum and it wasn't opened for the day yet so we walked the outside n seen the Grammy Stars. Wasn't as many as I was anticipating but they had some good ones. 
  • End of the 12/2016 in the family here. At the reception on the ground floor, fourth floor and 3rd floor permanent exhibition is exhibition on the second floor. I think or display costumes of famous musicians and music, learn the history of the Grammy Awards, music lovers will enjoy very much.
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  • What a surprise this place was. From the front, it looked like nothing. But it is 4 stories of sheer delight if you like music. 
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  • It has some interesting things but wasn't my cup of tea. The clothes were cool I guess but music history is more important that the history of an awards show. I think I was a little disappointed. I will say the interactive displays were fun for 5 mins of fun
  • Great place full of history. 2Pac exhibition was unreal .
  • loved the Tupac Shakur area. if you don't have a guide then can be a bit overwhelming i guess. Understanding the layout helps.
  • The staff here is great. They have rotating exhibits so what you get out of it will depend a lot on when you go, but the Frank Sinatra exhibit that was there when I went last week was fantastic. I also was able to see a show in the Clive Davis Theater and it is a fantastic space, great acoustics and lighting with comfortable seating.
  • Totally awesome interactive exhibits. If you like popular music especially from about the 1950s forward, plan to spend 3-4 hrs or more here. Check website for blackout times when it is closed early for special occasions.