Spread over four floors and 30,000 square feet the Grammy Museum celebrates the music and legacy of numerous artists and musicians from a variety of genres and styles. Their exhibits aim to both entertain and educate visitors about the wonderful sounds of popular music throughout the decades. If you are a music lover this is the place to visit while in Los Angeles.
Things to Do
- The Grammy Museum plays host to a wealth of temporary and special exhibitions that change regularly. Music fans of all ages will find something to enjoy with displays that delve into many different eras and trends in music.
- Current exhibits include California Dreamin': The Sounds of Laurel Canyon 1965-1977 which includes photos and memorabilia of Jim Morrison, the Mamas and the Papas, Love and more.
- The Michael Jackson exhibit pays tribute to the King of Pop, while Pride & Joy: The Texas Blues of Stevie Ray Vaughn explores the bluesman's iconic career.
Grammy Museum Insider Tips
- The Grammy Museum is a non-profit organization so if you think the work they do is worth supporting you can donate online. Alternatively you can become a member of the Museum to enjoy free admission and other perks for a year.
- As long as there isn't a special event on you should be able to find parking in one of the 4,000 spaces offered at L.A Live where the Grammy Museum is located.
- The Museum is fully wheelchair accessible and they welcome service animals.
- The Museum is free for children aged five and under.