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|Location||800 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015|
|Public transit access|
|Opening hours|| 10:30am–6:30pm (Sun–Thurs)|
The GRAMMY Museum is an interactive, educational museum devoted to the history and winners of the Grammy Awards. The Museum strives to inspire its visitors to learn about musical genres and history through interactive touch-screens, videos, and recording booths. The museum also features a rich collection of historical music artifacts including costumes and instruments from the Grammy Awards, hand-written lyrics, records, and audio/video recordings.
In addition to the original in downtown Los Angeles, there is also The Grammy Museum Mississippi in Cleveland, Mississippiand a Grammy Museum at Musicians Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tennessee. The Grammy Museum Experience opened in autumn 2017 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
The GRAMMY Museum, located in downtown Los Angeles's L.A. Live, opened in December 2008 corresponding to the Grammy Awards' 50th anniversary. The museum consists of four floors, including historical music artifacts displays, interactive instrument stations and recording booths, and a 200-seat Clive Davis Theater.
Since its opening, the GRAMMY Museum has presented well over 300 public programs and inspired thousands of young, local school students through its dynamic educational programs.
The GRAMMY Museum explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music; the creative process; the art and technology of the recording process; and the history of the GRAMMY Awards, the premier recognition of recorded music accomplishment. The Pixies, Itzhak Perlman, Ludacris, Brad Paisley, Madonna and Yo-Yo Ma typically wouldn't share a marquee, but they're in perfect harmony under the Grammy Museum roof.
The GRAMMY Museum features many exhibits showcasing historic musical artifacts like shown in the Columbia Records 360 exhibit, behind-the-scenes live performances, seminars, classes, musician meet-and-greets, and interactive recording booths.The museum starts on the fourth floor and guides you down the third and second floor accordingly. The exhibit, Crossroads, on the fourth floor, features sensitive touch-screens in which you can view photos and listen to music of all genres. Another interactive exhibit allows the user to go inside six different sound-proof recording booths as famous performers and producers teach you about different stages of producing commercial soundtracks. You can record your own singing and rapping track, and remix it accordingly to produce your very own cover of various pop songs. The museum also has outfits worn by famous Grammy-Award-winning musicians such as Kanye West, Jennifer Lopez, and Rihanna.
The GRAMMY Museum regularly updates and display special exhibits. Some current and past exhibits include:
The GRAMMY Museum frequently holds live performances, seminars, classes, and discussions at its Clive Davis Theater. Public Programs with Award-winning musicians such as Ben Harper, Flavor Flav, and John Legend are open to the public. Museum members receive priority ticketing and seating.
The GRAMMY Museum is located in Los Angeles downtown's L.A. Live campus at the corner of Figueroa Street and Olympic Boulevard. The museum has an Olympic Boulevard address, but the main entrance is on Figueroa Street. Bronze disks for each year's GRAMMY Awards – honoring the top winners, Record of the Year, Best New Artist, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year – are embedded in the sidewalks on the streets of LA Live.
The museum opens on Sunday to Thursday from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm and on Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. The Museum is closed on Tuesdays.
The country's newest music shrine – the GRAMMY Museum, which opened in December – fits in downtown Los Angeles like another cowboy hat in Nashville.
The GRAMMY Museum explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music; the creative process; the art and technology of the recording process; and the history of the GRAMMY Awards, the premier recognition of recorded music accomplishment. The Pixies, Itzhak Perlman, Ludacris, Brad Paisley, Madonna and Yo-Yo Ma typically wouldn't share a marquee, but they're in perfect harmony under the GRAMMY Museum roof.
Listening to Amy Winehouse as she would have sounded in the late-1800s is surreal.
The moment the elevator doors open, you are fully immersed in the GRAMMY experience.
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