Grammy Museum

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A musical museum
If you're a music lover, a visit by these new digs is a must! This super-interactive space features video, costumes, instruments and of course tons and tons of music—ranging from Red Hot Chili Peppers to Beyonce and back.


    • BBUC
      BBUC Over a year ago
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      Pretty cool Museum for Downtown LA, part of LA LIVE
      Visited today for very 1st time, pretty cool place. Museum is 4 floors, 1st floor really is just for entering but the next 3 levels are filled with Grammy Memorabilia and how music from the different genres started and artifact representing them. There is an exhibit dedicated to Michael Jackson. You will find lots of exhibits with clothing from stars present and past. There are sound booths where you can learn the mastering of mixing, sound and music and how its developed. One small sound room is dedicated to the evolvement of music and how we listened to it from the phonograph to the surround sound of today. That was one of my favorites. There is a Clive Davis theatre that holds a good 100+ people where you can also have private parties. There is a large exhibit dedicated to the 60's era from the Doors, to Janis Joplin to Hendrix. They even have letters written by many stars, those by Joplin were pretty cool to read, letters she wrote to her family about how life is better when you live a simpler life and the tribulations that come with fame. Her Yearbook is there , my God she was so normal looking then. Parking is not cheap, its close by. Museum is connected to LA Live, 1st 2 hrs is $5.00 but every 1/2 hr increment after that is an additional $5 not to exceed $25.00 for day.