Grammy Museum

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INFO The Grammy Museum, opened in 2008 in honor of the Grammy Awards’ 50th Anniversary, is located in downtown’s L.A. LIVE complex and celebrates all music genres by paying tribute to esteemed artists in the industry. The... ... read more

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Grammy Museum - Concert Venue | Museum in Los Angeles.

The Grammy Museum, opened in 2008 in honor of the Grammy Awards’ 50th Anniversary, is located in downtown’s L.A. LIVE complex and celebrates all music genres by paying tribute to esteemed artists in the industry.

The four-floor museum is filled with over two dozen exhibits that offer the history of the Grammy Awards and its winners. Live performance clips and memorabilia like hand-written lyrics and costumes worn by Grammy performers are displayed within the museum.

The interactive museum also allows visitors to engage in the recording process by going into one of eight imitation studios, playing with instruments, and mixing or editing a favorite artist’s song.

Past exhibits at the Grammy Museum have honored John Lennon, Elvis Presley, and Bob Marley.

Events at the Clive Davis Theater in the Grammy Museum include live performances, seminars, educational programs, and meet-and-greets with musicians like John Legend, The Foo Fighters, John Mayer and Yoko Ono.

Grammy Museum User Reviews

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A Great Museum
Emily B. Mar 27, 2013
A day at the Grammy Museum is a great outing for any music lover. There are always fascinating exhibits and the permanent collection is wonderful as well. Everything is very interactive. You will most likely spend the majority of your time with headphones on your head because there is music EVERYWHERE. You can discover new genres, play instruments, sit down and watch a film, or relive the colorful history of music. There is even a disco dance floor. The museum does a great job at stimulating all of the senses. This is not your average look-but-don’t-touch museum. Of course you shouldn’t touch the musical “relics” but there is just so much to do! I definitely recommend going.
Cool museum
Zoë C. Dec 3, 2012
As a Music Industry Major at USC, this is my kind of museum. Four floors filled with tributes to musical artists, music genres, the history of the Grammy Awards and their winners, costumes, memorabilia and interactive exhibits. My favorite thing to do was playing in the eight soundproof imitation recording studios. In there, you can play instruments and remix famous songs which are then played back to you. The museum is not too big to see in one visit so if you are a music lover and looking for something to do for an hour or two in downtown L.A., then head to the Grammy Museum.
Nicole J. Nov 19, 2012
If you are a music lover, singer, songwriter, or even just love the Grammy’s, this is the place for you. Every floor has something new and cool to see from old tour costumes to the history of each style of music to real Grammy awards. The absolute best part is the top floor where you're able to make your own music in soundproof booths and then listen to your final result- it doesn't get much better than that! The time I visited, Ryan Seacrest and I exchanged a wave as he stepped into his limo. A MUST SEE if you're visiting LA and are in LA Live.
Whitney Houston Exhibit Dazzles
Anasa G. Nov 16, 2012
A sight to behold, the Grammy museum boasts over four floors of music history dedicated to celebrating the success, progression, and legacy of music of all genres. The Grammy Museum has outdone itself with its latest exhibit highlighting the life and accomplishments of world renown artist Whitney Houston. Genuine in its approach, the exhibit includes personal affects of the singer, rarerly seen photos and other mementos that make this a great day trip for any true Houston fan.
A great date night idea for music fans
Erin T. Oct 17, 2012
If you're into music, the Grammy Museum is the place for you. Yes it focuses more on mainstream artists, but indie music fans will still appreciate the artistry and accolades of the musicians, singers, and songwriters and their material and content that is displayed. Also, most people don't know that they do intimate concerts there every so often. I randomly heard that recording artist Daniel Beddingfield was set to perform in the Grammy Museum theatre and immediately bought a ticket. Jack White of The White Stripes performed the week after in the small 200-ish seat theatre. Tickets are pretty cheap and worth the experience of seeing one of your fave artists perform in an intimate setting. The artists interact with the crowd which makes it a unique concert experience. Tickets to the live concerts go fast because it's a small venue, so check the website regularly to see who will be performing. Parking can be pricey considering it's in the LA Live complex, but you'll have a lot of choices of places to get dinner and drinks after your Grammy Museum experience. For the singles out there (and couples for that matter), this is a fun alternative to your average date night activity!
Short and sweet
Paula P. Aug 8, 2012
I like the Grammy museum because it's really close to where I live so that's a plus, it's all about music which I love, and it's not like a lot of other huge museums that tire you out when you've only seen about a tenth of the exhibits. The grammy museum is only a couple of floors and though there is a lot to see, you won't find yourself exhausted after a visit. I've been twice and I think each time, it only took me about an hour or two to see the entire museum. Some of the coolest things in the museum include michael jackson's concert ensembles, handwritten lyrics for some of the most famous songs, and they have a bunch of musical equipment that you can jam on which is awesome. Everytime I go I spend a good 20 minutes rocking out on the drums. If you enjoy music and you're looking for something fun to do for an hour or two then definitely head on over to the Grammy museum. Oh and what's even more awesome - it's in LA Live so afterward you can watch a movie or grab some dinner.
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