GRAMMY Museum L.A. LIVE
A fabulous little place, not expensive to get in. Great gift shop, lots of interactive things to do and fantastic memorabilia to see. If you like music and movies it's definitely worth a visit.
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We love the Grammy Museum so much that we are members. See the original outfits famous musicians have worn to the Grammy Awards, learn how music is made and see how music has changeover the years! You can also see items from current and past musicians who have them on display. This is located…
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