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los angeles, california, 90015

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Submitted by Michael J on 04/20/2022

Michael J 5 stars rating.

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Very cool intimate setting last night. Watch interview with Kirk Hammett, Rob Trujillo , Michael Kurtz about the Record Store . Don't know how we were able to get those tickets but it was such a cool thing to be with my Son there .

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Submitted by D. Smith on 04/16/2022

D. Smith 5 stars rating.

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Loved the Grammy Museum. If you are in LA this is something to see and add to the California experience.

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Submitted by Alora Bucey on 03/30/2022

Alora Bucey 3 stars rating.

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I think they can definitely make more and better updates to such a fascinating glimpse into history already. I noticed I felt myself getting very overwhelmed by information as I was walking through, all of it was very good information though. I enjoyed that there were places to go into and listen/experience big accomplishments in music. I think with the info cards it would be great to make them interactive. Like it could be a small blurb on top and you could flip them up to show more detail if they are interested. I loved learning more about Latin American music and I hope more genres are added such as Kpop with how much it has impacted music culture. Seeing celebrity outfits in person were very very cool, I was even surprised to see outfits from the 2021 awards. It's refreshing to see a museum keep relevance rather than getting stuck in the past. Also I bought a music box from the lobby and I'm in love with it, it's so sweet.

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Submitted by Steve Cederquist on 03/20/2022

Steve Cederquist 5 stars rating.

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Meet up with KW's team Coodie and the writer's of the new Documentary on NF, great meet and cool spot. Go visit!

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Submitted by Paula Bryant on 03/15/2022

Paula Bryant 4 stars rating.

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Such a wonderful and peaceful experience, with the fact that there is no time limit you can fully absorb the art ( take the best insta pics )
The staff is the nicest, they recommend you discounts, and letting you try exclusive glasses, that make the experience in the 3rd room just magical.
I absolutely loved the whole idea, and I will come back for more beautiful and aesthetic pictures. Thank you!

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Submitted by Tim W on 03/08/2022

Tim W 4 stars rating.

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Not a lot from current artists but did have some stuff from MJ. Did have a good amount from the Latin Grammy’s

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Submitted by Robert Ucman on 02/23/2022

Robert Ucman 1 stars rating.

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Don't go. I was such a disappointment. $18 for a ticket and $10 for parking.
It was three small floors of memorabelia that was unimpressive. There was no historical view of the grammies and alot of disjointed exhibits that made no sense. Mostly social injustice stuff and yes I did see a red leather jacket that they claim to be from Michael Jackson. Big Deal. I saw more cool stuff at the Hard Rock Cafe. It took me 30 minutes to see the whole thing and of course you end up on the gift shop. Not a good representation of the history of the Grammys. A true let down.

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Submitted by Johnny Azer on 02/15/2022

Johnny Azer 5 stars rating.

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I went there a few years back. The Motown exhibits make me think of a happy time growing up as a kid in Long Island, when the Motown greats were fine background music for summer fun. The Jackson Five makes me think of the last day of school of sixth grade...family trip up to summer camp etc.

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Submitted by Bruno Cendón on 01/29/2022

Bruno Cendón 4 stars rating.

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Small museum with great temporary exhibitions. Some memorabilia is incredible (I saw Michael Jackson's Thriller jacket and Bruce Springsteen's Born in the USA cover outfit). Worth the visit, though it's small

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Submitted by M. Jenkins on 12/31/2021

M. Jenkins 5 stars rating.

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Very nice museum. Cool interactive exhibits and interesting videos to view on many genres of music. My favorite was the Michael Jackson memorabilia as well as the many Grammy outfits they had on display. 3 floors of cool music related stuff. The Motown exhibit was also very interesting. When I went they were requiring proof of vaccination and ID. Also check out the music boxes in the gift shop very cute.

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Submitted by Ima on 12/10/2021

Ima 5 stars rating.

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This place is such a gem right in my own back yard. I used to work right next door for 2 years and am ashamed it took me moving away to finally become a member and visit. I came for a Conversation with Rick Ross in the Clive Davis theater which was a really intimate and awesome experience. I can't wait to tour the exhibits and attend similar intimate events with different artists now that I'm a member. Highly recommended for music lovers.

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Submitted by Cameron Cook on 12/04/2021

Cameron Cook 5 stars rating.

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Great experience for anyone who loves music. They have a wide range of memorabilia from tons of artists and interactive videos / a sound room showing what music would have sounded like back in the day. One of the better experiences I had when visiting LA

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Submitted by Tracy Evatt on 12/01/2021

Tracy Evatt 5 stars rating.

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Very impressive displays with iconic items from many artists. My favorites were Michael Jackson's Thriller red leather jacket, and all-things Motown. The Motown exhibit was really impressive.

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Submitted by Becky Wilson on 11/27/2021

Becky Wilson 4 stars rating.

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In tears of excitement and joy!! Super awesome museum, quick visit and loads of cool things. Wish their shop was bigger and had more Grammy related gifts... There was only a couple of things available - T shirts and mugs... I wish I could have a miniature of a Grammy!!

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Submitted by Ray Stevens on 11/13/2021

Ray Stevens 5 stars rating.

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Glad to see the Grammy Museum focuses on history and various types of music culture. It was inspiring to see costumes, awards, video, photos, and music form a variety of artists. Worth a visit.

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Submitted by Lorraine Morland on 11/08/2021

Lorraine Morland 5 stars rating.

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Grammy museum is one of the best museums you want to visit the music is fantastic the history of the musicians are overwhelming I believe that everyone should visit it and learn so much more about the people that you get to hear about in entertainment business you'll be surprised it will touch your heart and you will be educated in such a wonderful musical way

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Submitted by Dave on 09/15/2021

Dave 5 stars rating.

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The public programs here offer an unparalleled experience...typically a conversation with an artist or band followed up by a short concert of 30-60 minutes. This takes place in an intimate (200 seat) theater with perfect sound. Not to be missed if you can grab a ticket. Shown: Daughtry on 9/14/21.

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Submitted by Jujuba Verde on 07/26/2021

Jujuba Verde 5 stars rating.

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If you are a music lover or even if you are not, you have to go to the Grammy Museum. I was surprised by the four floors through music, which you will have access to the history of music, the singers, clothes, music score, photos, the prizes won, the curiosities about the Grammy over the years until today. I was surprised by the quality, the security, of how they exhibit it. There's no way to describe everything. Price 15$ per person. I recommend.

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Submitted by Gloria List on 07/04/2021

Gloria List 4 stars rating.

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The Grammy Museum was a nice experience even if your not a big music fan. There are four floors to view with interactive screens. The museum takes you through years of music history and top recording artists throughout every generation. There are also the beautiful gowns, colorful costumes, and Grammys to view. There is a lot of stuff.

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Submitted by Rob Marshall on 06/27/2021

Rob Marshall 5 stars rating.

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The Grammy Museum is a nice stop during any trip to LA. It's tragically short but every display is awesome. There are dozens of stage costumes, red carpet outfits, and interactive exhibits. The gift shop is small and limited to brand knick knacks. If you like tshirts and hoodies, though, you'll find something here.

Parking is not available at the museum.

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