The Grammy MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 06:30 pm]
- Address: 800 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2137656800
- Ticket Price: 13 USD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Museum, Family And Kids
The Grammy Museum - Review
The Grammy Museum is more or less an ode to the creative process of music making, the art, technology and recording that goes into the production of a memorable music.
The Grammy Museum is actually spread over four floors and the collection comprises of artefacts and various sources giving an insight into the tedious and interesting process that goes behind producing music. This museum is located in one of the most coveted areas known for its love of music. There are various concerts that take place here and are a definite must visit for a music lover.
Celebrating the love for music and creativity, The Grammy Museum is a compelling place to visit to get to the pulse of music and is constantly buzzing with music lovers. The Grammy Museum tickets are readily available at the counter and online but instead of buying tickets for Grammy Museum, try booking in one of our exciting tours that will help you save more on the Grammy Museum ticket prices while letting you get the best out of the attraction with our professional guides.
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The Grammy Museum Ticket Prices
- Adults: $12.95
- College Students: $11.95 (18 years and older, Valid ID Required)
- Seniors: $11.95 (65 Years and Older)
- Youth: $10.95 (6-17 Years)
- Military: $10.95 (Valid ID Required)
- Groups: $10.00 (10 or more persons)
- School Groups: $8.00
- Children: FREE (5 years and under)
- Members: FREE
The Grammy Museum Hours
- Please check the official website for daily updates.
How To reach The Grammy Museum by Public Transport
- Metro Blue or Expo Line to the Pico Station. Amtrak, Metro and Dash Bus.
Restaurants Near The Grammy Museum
- Rosa Mexicano
- Rock 'n Fish
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Things to Know Before Visiting The Grammy Museum
52.49% of people who visit Los Angeles include The Grammy Museum in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
54.31% of people start their The Grammy Museum visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see The Grammy Museum
93.74% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Grammy Museum
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The Grammy Museum, Los Angeles Reviews
Being in the music business, it's great to be able to visit the Grammy Museum in downtown LA. It was my first time there and I visited it along with many other industry colleagues. What a treat it was to be able to relive the story of modern music history, as told by the Grammy Foundation. Many of the exhibits on the 4 levels of the museum are interactive, making it a great place to bring your kids. In our case, we act like kids when together, so it was perfect for us too. When in LA, visit the Grammy museum, it's worth the visit.
Amazing museum! And great place to host your next event. 5 floors with lots to see, terrace is gorgeous with LA views.
Really interesting exhibits covering the history of North American music at large, as well as some neat special exhibits. The Get Animated! exhibit was super fun.
Little big place. Seems a bit small, but it is packed with great music facts. I really enjoyed the way the museum takes your through the different eras, music styles, and present the artists. If you are spending some time in LA, I recommend visiting the place. If you are a music aficionado, maybe going to LA for this museum might be rewarding. When I was there, I really liked the Michael Jackson exhibit, and the progression of the Grammys awards over the years.
The Grammy museum is very interesting and entertaining. It provides you with information behind the scenes of sound, song writers, producers, musical instruments from then and now and just history on successful musicians. I like that they have certain rooms where you can play the instruments or even be a singer or producer of the music.