The mission of the Grammy museum is to celebrate and explore the creative process of music. So come on in and explore you creative curiosity.
The Grammy Museum was opened in 2008 to help celebrate what music means to many of us. It is set up to show visitors how music is created and recorded. Not only does it celebrate the music of today, it also celebrates the music of the last 50 years and shows the progression of music in America.
Not only will you see and come to understand how music reaches our hearts and minds through our ears, but we get a visual experience in the gallery that features past and present Grammy Award recipients. You will also see an exhibit that celebrates all the many genres of music from R&B and Folk Jazz and Rock and Roll for example. You will see how these forms of music are distinct and at the same time blend and form a new genre of music experience.
Guided tours with a curator that takes you behind the scenes are available. They last about 30 to 60 minutes and include an opportunity for questions to gain better understanding of how the music industry works.
Music is at the heart of many of our lives. It is the soundtrack to our first love, our biggest adventures and our crowning achievements such as marriage or a first child. Why not learn about how a favorite song from your life came to be? Celebrate the diversity of what music means to millions of people around the world at the Grammy Museum along with your kids.
Open from 11:30 am -7:30 pm Monday through Friday
10 am to 7:30 pm Saturday and Sunday
|Address/Map:||800 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90015|
|Tickets purchased after 6 pm on any given day will be discounted $8. Groups of 10 or more people are $10 per person, but for school groups the tickets are $8 per person. Kids under 5 are free.|