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Tickets are not available at the door; tickets must be purchased online in advance.
Please note that during Phase I of reopening, the Museum will operate at the below reduced hours. Exclusive gallery hours will be available for vulnerable populations. To find out more information and reserve your tickets, please contact a member of our Guest Services team at 213.725.5700
|Mon., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sun.||11:00 am – 5:00 pm|
|Sat.||10:00 am – 6:00 pm|
There is abundant parking at LA Live and the surrounding vicinity. The Museum is not able to validate for any of the parking structures around L.A. Live.
During Phase I of reopening, to create a safe environment for visitors and staff at the museum, we will ask all visitors to comply with the following:
- Wear a face covering, which is required for entry and must be worn during your visit. Face covering should cover the nose and mouth.
- Practice social distancing, staying at least six feet from visitors who are not a member of your group.
- Wash your hands and use hand sanitizer. Free hand sanitizer is available throughout the museum.
EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND TOURS
School groups may tour the GRAMMY Museum for a discounted ticket of $8/student. This price is good for both “tour only” and “tour plus workshop” groups. One chaperone is required for every 10 students and will be admitted at no cost. Additional chaperones will be charged group rates ($10)
The GRAMMY Museum is perfect for students of all ages. In addition to workshops specifically targeting middle and high school students, we are happy to offer special programs for elementary students! For groups interested in a tour only, the GRAMMY Museum is happy to provide scavenger hunts for students of any age.
After being greeted by the Museum’s education department, all school groups will participate in a self-guided tour of the Museum. Groups can choose to add on a Clive Davis Theater workshop or participate in a Museum-wide scavenger hunt. For a description of programs, please reference the next few pages of this brochure.
To be eligible, you must be a U.S. resident currently enrolled in grades 9–12 (public, private, parochial, home school, etc.). If you are graduating from high school in the spring, you are eligible to apply. However, incoming freshman are not eligible.
Music Educator applicants will be evaluated based on the demonstrated evidence that they:
- Have made a measurable difference in the lives of students.
- Have made a significant and lasting contribution to the field of music education.
- Are exemplars of the best in the field.
- Have shown a commitment to the broader cause of maintaining music education in our schools.
- Have made a significant impact on their school and community.
The Jane Ortner Education Award celebrates K-12 educators who integrate music into English, social studies, math, science, and foreign language instruction. Applicants qualify if they:
- Submit an original unit of lessons for your English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Math, or Foreign Language Class. It must incorporate music as a tool for teaching course content.
- A unit can focus on foreign language instruction (e.g. lessons for Spanish Class) but the submission itself must be in English.
- Each teacher must complete his/her own application. There are no team submissions and there is no nomination process for the Jane Ortner Education Award.
CURATORIAL AND EXHIBITIONS
Do you have to be a GRAMMY or Latin GRAMMY winning or nominated artist to be featured in a GRAMMY Museum exhibition?
No! GRAMMY Museum exhibitions do celebrate GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY-winning and nominated artists, however, our exhibitions also highlight a diverse variety of different musical genres, regardless of GRAMMY nominations or wins. Our exhibitions examine the creative and technical process of making music, and they celebrate the legacies and catalogs of some of the world’s most beloved musicians.
Does the GRAMMY Museum have its own collection of artifacts? Does the Museum accept artifact donations?
The GRAMMY Museum does have its own permanent collection, but we are always looking to acquire new objects. If you have an artifact that you are considering donating to the Museum and would like to speak to the Curatorial staff, please email email@example.com
GRAMMY Museum Public Programs are open to ticket buyers consisting of museum members, the general public, press, and industry. Presale is available for GRAMMY Museum members and American Express Card members.
No, the GRAMMY Awards are managed by the Awards Department within the Recording Academy and voted on by the voting membership of the Recording Academy.
Unfortunately it does not. While having a museum membership includes a number of terrific benefits related to our Public Programs, including early access to tickets and discounted ticket fees as well as early entry for the event itself, having a membership does not guarantee that you will get a ticket. Only members are allowed on the wait-list for sold out programs, so if you are a member and weren’t able to secure a ticket during, let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org
Only GRAMMY Museum members receive complimentary admission to the Museum. For more information on becoming a member of the GRAMMY Museum, please visit our membership page.
The GRAMMY Museum and the Recording Academy are two separate organizations, governed by separate Boards and separate presidents.
The GRAMMY Museum is one of the official nonprofits for the Recording Academy with a Mission of music education and preservation. Museum members are not eligible to nominate or vote for the annual GRAMMY Awards unless they are also a voting member of the Recording Academy. To learn more about Recording Academy membership, please visit their website.
The GRAMMY Museum is one of the official nonprofits of the Recording Academy, but is independently governed and operated with its own President, staff, and Board of Directors.