If you are a music lover you just have to visit this museum.
Inaugurated in 2008 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grammy Awards, the Grammy Museum is a dynamic space that seeks to inspire its visitors through different interactive exhibits related to the world of music.
The Grammy Museum houses exhibits displaying historical musical instruments, records, hand-written song lyrics, costumes and instruments used by different award-winning musicians among many other surprises.
One of the most popular areas of the museum is the recreation of a recording studio that allows you to experience the process of recording a song first hand, and even the production of an album cover.
The museum’s exhibitions are constantly renewed in order to offer its visitors a varied experience. Some of these exhibitions have included The Beatles, Bob Marley, James Brown, Michael Jackson, John Lennon and Taylor Swift, among many others.
The Grammy Museum is an interactive and educational museum, aimed at music lovers.
- Monday to Friday from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm.
- Saturday to Sunday: from 10 am to 6:30 pm.
- Tuesday: Closed.
- Adults: US$ 15 (€ 12.70)
- Seniors over 65 and Students: US$ 13 (€ 11)
- Young people between 6 and 17 years old: US$ 13 (€ 11)
- Children under 5 years old: free.
Metro – Pico, on the Expo and blue lines.
- OUE Skyspace (1.4 km)
- Walt Disney Concert Hall (1.4 km)
- The Broad (1.7 km)
- Museum of Contemporary Art (1.8 km)
- Olvera Street (2.9 km)
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See you there!
Originally published on introducinglosangeles.com