Explore The GRAMMY Museum, Los Angeles
The GRAMMY Museum is dedicated to celebrating music, not just as a form of art but also as an integral part of our socio-cultural evolution while focusing on all and every singularly distinguished accomplishment or contribution. The museum preserves the history and iterates the significance of all genres that comprise to form the collective American music. The museum treasures its classics with an eye for tomorrow, as special impetus is bestowed on state of the art programming and interactive exhibitions.
Visit the Grammy Museum
The GRAMMY Museum is situated on 800 West Olympic Boulevard in Los Angeles. It is open from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays and from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturdays through Sundays. It is closed on Christmas and Thanksgiving. It closes early at around 5 p.m. on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
Admission for adults is $12.95, college students is $11.95 provided one has valid id, seniors pay the same and kids aged six to seventeen pay $10.95, so do the military with valid id. Group tours are available for ten or more people for $10 per person. Group tours need to be reserved in advance to apply the discount. You can call 213.763.7923 to reserve a group tour. School groups get a further discount and pay $8 per head. Children younger than five get free admission, so do members.
The entrance is around the corner of Figueroa Street and West Olympic Boulevard. It is a part of the L.A. LIVE district. Look for Cleo or Fleming’s and you will find the front gate. If you are driving, then you can secure one of the four thousand parking spaces available in the L.A. LIVE district. Over sixteen thousand parking spaces are available in a mile radius of the district. Onsite parking is also available.
There are permanent and rotating exhibits at the GRAMMY Museum. Current exhibits include Michael Jackson, X celebrating forty years of punk in the city, Katy Perry Frock & Roll, Deep Heart tracing the music of Carlos Vives and Chasing Trane which is John Coltrane’s journey. There are some traveling exhibits such as Sinatra 100, Herman Leonard, Earth in Concert, Legends of Motown, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Rhymes & Reasons, Leonard Bernstein and Marty Stuart.
Stay at SureStay Hotel Beverly Hills
The GRAMMY Museum is approximately seven miles from SureStay Hotel on Beverly Boulevard. Reserve your stay online at the hotel to get the best deal.