Discover The Grammy Museum

February 15, 2012 — Leave a comment

The Grammy Awards are always an exciting time in music and history, but what about past Grammy Awards shows? If you just watched the Grammy Awards now is a good time tow learn more at the Grammy Museum.

The Grammy Museum explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music; the creative process; the art and technology of the recording process; and the history of Grammy Awards, the premier recognition of recorded music accomplishment.

The Grammy Museum is an exciting and interactive celebration of the power of music occupying a vibrant new space at the heart of L.A. LIVE in downtown Los Angeles. This entertainment district provides Los Angeles’ residents, commuters, guests, and tourists with a world-class sports and entertainment destination. Four floors of cutting edge exhibits, interactive experiences, and films provide a one-of-a-kind visitor experience — engaging, educational, celebratory, and inspirational.

The Museum’s 30,000 square feet of cutting edge experiences, films, and exhibits offer an exciting, multimedia, and interactive celebration of the power of music. You begin your journey in the first floor lobby, where you are greeted by an array of exciting design elements and audio/visual programming that prepare you for the experience to come. From here, you take an elevator to the fourth floor, where the gallery experience begins.

The moment the elevator doors open, you are fully immersed in the Grammy experience. A hallway of music welcomes you. The passageway opens up to an exciting gallery space filled with content-rich interactives, films, and artifacts. These can be explored in any order you choose. Both on their own and taken as a whole, they reveal the legacy of recorded music and the many ways in which it intertwines with social and cultural history.

The third floor takes you behind the scenes into the art and technology of the recording process. This exciting array of exhibits and interactive experiences can be explored in any order and features the voices and stories of musicians, producers, and engineers. The fascinating intersection of art, technology, and business that brings records to your ears is illuminated — and you’ll even get a hands-on chance at what it takes to produce them!

Your experience culminates in an in-depth exploration of the Grammy Awards telecast. This blend of film, artifacts, and graphics takes you deep inside the Grammy Awards, letting you experience all the glamour, recognition, and celebration.

Journeying down to the second floor, you’re taken behind the scenes one more memorable time. Taking a comfortable seat in the Museum’s 200-seat Clive Davis Theater, you have a chance to witness The Making of a Grammy Moment. Shot backstage throughout the 50th Annual Grammy Celebration, this film lets you feel first hand the excitement of the Grammy show.

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After a visit to the Grammy Museum you’ll appreciate the awards show even more and learn of its history. A great place for music lovers and family outings.

For tickets click here.

WHAT: The Grammy Museum
WHEN: Monday-Friday 11:30 am-7:30 pm | Saturday-Sunday 10:00 am-7:30 pm
WHERE: 800 West Olympic Blvd. | Los Angeles, CA 90015

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