There is a history of music making, and it has a lot of special meaning for us music-students.
We visited the Grammy Museum on July 26, initially with an interest in the Backstreet Boys Theme Exhibition, and found the exhibits in the museum to be amazing. There was a lot of interaction (our favorite instrument), cool costumes, Grammy trophies and instruments to visit. The Backstreet Boys Theme Exhibition was definitely not disappointing and the interactive photos were great. I would highly recommend this museum to anyone visiting LA.
This place was not what we expected. It was not as interesting as it was supposed to be, maybe our expectations were too high. My husband was interested in music and this was why I decided to go to the Grammy museum, but this place let us down. The museum's main attraction was the red jacket exhibit in michael jackson's "tremor" mv. But by the time we got there, most of the exhibits were over.
The Grammy Museum is located on Olympic Avenue in Los Angeles, California. The Grammy Museum displays a variety of Grammy-related exhibits, including classic photos and images of Grammy awards throughout the years, and the dresses and props of the stars.
The Grammy Museum is a great place to learn about music and the history of American music. The entire historical section of American music contains more than 160 musical styles, ranging from rock, rap, country to pop, and the various musical genres and types represented. The exhibits include document manuscripts, musical instruments, stage dress and so on.
As a voting member of NARAS I have to recommend the Grammy Museum. I always learn something cool when I visit.
The GRAMMY Museum, is an interactive, educational museum devoted to the history and winners of the Grammy Awards. 9 miles from The Studio and Cottage.
This place was so amazing I wish we would have gotten there earlier but even with the limited time I was able to fully enjoy all the exhibits Taylor Swift had her own floor!! The Tupac exhibition was also awesome I felt really cool looking at all the history of the Grammy awards and you even get to see real Grammies!! There are also interactive areas for you to play around in!! Loved it!!!
If you love music this is definitely a must visit. 4 floors of music history and the Laurel Canyon exhibit is killer!
Far less known than most L.A. museum, this is actually a gem hidden on the side of the L.A. Live complex. Well worth the price of admission!
Preston_Dominguez: 800 W Olympic Blvd, Ste. A245, Los Angeles, CA 90015-1360
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Little Tokyo,Museum of Contemporary Art,Los Angeles City Hall,The Grammy Museum,Bradbury Building