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The GRAMMY Museum

The Grammy Museum
The Grammy Museum

The Grammy Museum, located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles at 800 W Olympic Blvd Ste A245, Los Angeles, California 90015.

While on your visit to Los Angeles, you must make a stop at THE GRAMMY MUSEUM where members are devoted to celebrating just about every genre of music there is. This is the place where even the locals play tourist. This is where artist go to be inspired by the four floors of cutting edge exhibits, interactive experiences and films provide a one-of-a-kind visitor experience.
Come discover the GRAMMY Museum where you can explore the enduring legacies of all forms of music, the process of creating it, including the art and technology of the recording process. Experience the history of the GRAMMY Awards and the premier recognition of recorded music accomplishment.
Your experience will be entertaining as well as educational in the 30,000 square foot museum with a combination of interactive, permanent and traveling exhibits. There are more than two-dozen exhibits that explore the greatest GRAMMY music, everything from rock and hip-hop to country, classical, Latin, R&B, and jazz. It’s easy to become engaged and inspired by the thought-provoking, educational and public programs featuring films, lectures and performances.
Tickets can be purchased at the Museum Box Office or online.
Adults: $12.95
College Students: $11.95 (18 years and older)
Seniors: $11.95 (65 years and older)
Youth: $10.95 (6-17 years)
Military: $10.95
Groups: $10.00 (10 or more persons, see Groups below)
School Groups: $8.00
Children: Free (5 years and under)
The crossroads table spreads out for you, inviting you to explore nearly one-hundred and sixty genres of music. Grab the ones that interest you. Open one up to reveal photos, songs, and stories that describe the music and its impact.
Songwriters Hall of Fame Gallery features video highlights from the annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards & Induction Dinners, an information kiosk inductees and honorees, and interactive songwriting kiosks where visitors can collaborate in writing a song with legendary inductee songwriters Hal David and musical legend Lamont Dozier.
Come check out the GRAMMY museum while you are in town for a one of a kind experience. This one will not disappoint!

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