1. Steven Wenzel

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    This music museum hit a sour note with me. When I go to a museum, I want to see actual artifacts. The Grammy Museum instead gave me mostly different stations with video clips and photos (not original ones, but copies) that I could have just looked up on the internet. The actual outfits and other artifacts that are included do not match the photographs that are supposed to be showing the person wearing them so there is a disconnect on that level. Very disappointed.

  2. Nyssa Buck

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    No matter what genre you’re a lover of, the Grammy Museum has something to get you excited about. There is just something about looking at the props, costumes, or even lyrics they jotted on in their notebook that brings about this deeper connection with the artist. I like the set up of the museum where you start from the top and make your way down through the exhibits. You can leisurely stroll though the different decades skipping over the ones you didn’t care for and spend hours in the genres you love. Every major genre has their own video montage and there is a mini theatre room where you can watch old performances of the Grammys. Plenty of interactive activities for the kids including booths set up to teach you the art of making music, like editing and syncing. Not the best attraction from LA live but definitely one you should stop by and see.

  3. Dana Carmel

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    This is hands down my favorite museum in L.A. so far (I still have several L.A. museums to explore). I love all of the interactive displays, and the museum has done a wonderful job of weaving the music listening experience into the context of history. Seeing the Michael Jackson exhibit was also a highlight. I haven’t been back since Whitney Houston passed away, but I can only imagine that the exhibit in her honor is fabulous as well.

  4. Sankaya Hall

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    As a supreme music lover, I really liked my visit to the Grammy’s Museum. So much history….very interactive…great artists artifacts. The only thing I didn’t like was the “no photos” rule. I thought that was ridiculous

  5. Misscali Chi

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    i really enjoyed this museum especially the Whitney Houston exhibits.. Great tribute to the iconic Whitney Houston. Glad I finally got to visit this place. Great place to check out if your in LA.