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Grammy Museum
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Wind your way through four floors of rock star memorabilia, film clips and interactive exhibits (belt your heart out in a fake recording studio!) at this 30,000-square-foot museum on the LA Live campus, which attempts to cover all the major music genres. A state-of-the-art, 200-seat Clive Davis theater is also the site of exclusive performances and events.


800 W Olympic Blvd
Suite A245
Los Angeles
$12.95; $11.95 students (18 years and older, valid ID required); $11.95 seniors (65 years and older); $10.95 children ages 6-17; $10.95 military (valid ID required); free for children 5 and under.
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 10:30am-6:30pm; Sat-Sun 10am-6:30pm
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Shakira, Shakira at the Grammy Museum

Whenever, wherever—we’re meant to be with Shakira! Explore the history behind the global and social superstar in her new immersive exhibit, Shakira, Shakira, currently open at the Grammy Museum. Step into this enchanting space celebrating 33 years of Shakira’s career with never-before-seen outfits, exclusive interviews and videos, TikTok activations, an exclusive Instagram Gold Room and more. Head to the link below to purchase tickets and explore the other exhibits within the museum. 

Shakira, Shakira: The GRAMMY Museum Experience

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Whenever, wherever, you’re meant to be at this exhibition of 40 pieces from Shakira’s personal archive. The GRAMMY Museum is surveying the Colombian singer’s career with the display of Super Bowl outfits, crystal-embellished guitars and handwritten lyrics, among other objects.

The Roxy: 50 Years on the Sunset Strip

  • Exhibitions

The Sunset Strip’s famed Roxy is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and to mark the occassion the GRAMMY Museum will display a half-century-worth of photos and memorabilia. Highlights include behind-the-scenes photos of and the piano from the music venue’s celeb-filled upstairs lounge, a documentary short on the club and more than 60 photos of performers like Cheech & Chong, the Clash, Bob Marley, Patti Smith, Guns N’ Roses, Neil Young and Frank Zappa. You’ll even find items from The Rocky Horror Show, a nine-month-long run at the Roxy of the stage show that soon after spawn the legendary movie musical.

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