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The GRAMMY Museum at L.A. Live has been open since 2008 and is dedicated to the history of recording technology and development as well as the history and winners of the Grammy Awards. Visitors can enjoy interactive permanent exhibits, plus a rotation of wide-ranging temporary exhibits showcasing the individual achievements of artists and the growth and cultural impact of musical genres or movements.
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4 tips for visiting the Grammy Museum

Demi Lovato performing at the Grammy Museum | Photo: Justin Higuchi CC-BY 2.0
Check out what the special exhibitions are before you go, if you love the artist then you’ll have an even better time! And if there’s nothing that catches your eye then you might want to wait until your next trip.
Dua Lipa at the GRAMMY Museum | Photo: Justin Higuchi CC-BY 2.0
Linger in the Crossroads exhibition, where you can wear headphones and rock out to any genre of music you want while reading captions that explain their history.
Go for a stroll outside the museum - there are plaques dedicated to past winners of Grammys and their songs, a little bit like the stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
If you really enjoyed your trip then look out for the GRAMMY Museum’s sister museums in Mississippi, Nashville, and New Jersey!

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Grammys?

The Grammy Awards, originally called the Gramophone Awards, have been presented by The Recording Academy to recognize achievements in the music industry since 1959. In addition to the four general awards for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist, awards are given for the best albums and performances in a range of genres, plus there are awards for sound engineering, composition, producers, recording packaging, and album notes. Winners are voted on by members of The Recording Academy (formerly the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, or NARAS) and gramophone-shaped trophies are given out at an annual awards show which attracts the same media buzz as the Oscars or the Emmys. Read more.

What will we see in the museum?

Permanent exhibits include objects related to the development of recorded sound and music, an interactive look inside a recording studio, and an exhibition documenting the intersection of music and cultural revolution in America. There are also exhibits dedicated exclusively to the Grammys, featuring the history of the awards, the most iconic award show performances, the most iconic red carpet looks, and a special exhibit focusing on the Latin Grammys. There’s also a range of temporary exhibits, which cover individual musicians (such as Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, or the Backstreet Boys), genres (such as Motown or Punk), or other subjects (like Rare Guitars, surfer culture, or prison concerts). Read more.

Will my children enjoy a trip to the museum?

The GRAMMY Museum isn’t particularly designed with very young children in mind, so bear that in mind before visiting. Kids aged 8 and up will definitely enjoy the interactive exhibits, especially Roland Live, where they can try instruments and pretend to be in a band. Teenagers might also find the mix of pop culture and music history interesting. The museum is stroller friendly throughout. Read more.

How long does it take to visit the GRAMMY Museum?

It takes between one and two hours to visit the GRAMMY Museum, though you can spend as much time as you like in the exhibitions or listening to the hundreds of tracks available in the Crossroads exhibit. Dedicated fans might want to spend up to 3 hours inside. Read more.

General information

opening hours

The GRAMMY Museum is open from 11 am to 5 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Saturday, it's open from 10 am to 6 pm, and on Sunday it's open from 11 am to 5 pm. The museum is closed every Tuesday.


Tickets for adults cost $15, $13 for seniors aged 65 and over, for college students, for young people aged 6 to 17, and for members of the US Military. Children aged 5 and under can enter free of charge.


Grammy Museum L.A. LIVE
800 W. Olympic Blvd.
Ste. A245
Los Angeles
CA 90015

how to get there

The GRAMMY Museum is located a 2-minute walk from Pico Station (served by the Blue and Expo lines of the Metro Rail system) and a 7-minute walk from 7th St/Metro Center STation (served by the Red or Purple lines of the Metro Rail system). The museum is also served by numbers 0, 81, 442, 460, and the Silver Line of the Metro Bus system. Parking for 4,000 vehicles is available at the L.A. LIVE campus for a fee.
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