Celebrate and explore legends of the music industry, from unique creative processes to the latest technology in recording. Here, visitors are treated to the history, culture and innovations of recorded music. An interactive museum in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, discover four floors of exhibits, experiences and galleries. Inspirational with a plethora of temporary, traveling exhibits, every visit to the Grammy Museum is one of a kind.
Close to Anaheim, the museum opened in 2008 to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the famed awards. With over 30,000 square feet of space brimming with interactive experiences, there are always over two dozen exhibits available at any given time. Every genre, from country to jazz and hip hop to Latin, is represented here. At the 200-seat Clive Davis Theater, special events are hosted year round. The rooftop terrace is also an option for private events.
Music Brings Us Together
The Recording Academy is host to both the museum and the Grammy Awards. Current exhibits include Shining Like a National Guitar (opening April 11), The Kingston Trio and the Folk Revival (opening April 26), and Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic Journey (through May 21). The museum partners with educators and schools to offer a variety of educational programming, both locally and nationally.
Special educational programs open to the public in April include Music Business Careers, Hook, Lines and Sinkers (a pop lyric writing workshop), and Networking Strategies for the Music Business. Stop by the Grammy Museum, and see what it really takes to become a music legend in Hollywood.