From workshops created around common core state standards, to our career-based Backstage Pass program, we’re giving students the opportunity to learn about all subjects through music. Since we opened our doors in 2008, over 230,000 students have participated in GRAMMY Museum education programs.
The GRAMMY Museum is a four-story interactive music museum where your students can experience the power of music with an interactive tour and a complimentary music education workshop. All school tours are enhanced with additional study materials and most tours last between 60-90 minutes. Music is more than just a hobby and passion for your students. It has the ability to change lives. At the GRAMMY Museum students will gain a wealth of knowledge about how music impacts many aspects of society and leave inspired to continue learning.
You can choose from workshops ranging from “Music Production 101” to “Music of the Civil Rights Movement”. All workshops are on a first come first serve basis and require a minimum of 35 students. All workshops are accompanied by a museum tour and the overall experience ranges from 90-120 minutes. Workshops are an added fee and you can view our current offerings by downloading the Educational Workshops Calendar.
PICK A DATE
Choose a date that works best for your school. Please remember workshops are an additional fee and tours with workshops take place between 9:00AM – 1:00PM.
BOOK YOUR TOUR
Workshops must be booked no less than three weeks in advance and require at least 35 students. The GRAMMY Museum can accommodate up to 200 students at a time. Call the GRAMMY Museum’s group sales department at 213.725.5700 to book today!
What if my school cannot afford a trip?
Museum tours are offered at a cost of $10 per student to school groups with available funds. In addition, we provide scholarships to thousands of students whose schools have fewer resources, ensuring that Los-Angeles-area youth of all backgrounds have the opportunity to learn through music. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
how far in advance should I schedule a field trip?
Please schedule all field trips that include a workshop no less than 21 days in advance. If your group would like a tour of the Museum only, please schedule 7 days in advance.
What form of payment is accepted when booking a field trip?
The GRAMMY Museum accepts American Express, MasterCard, Visa and school checks. Payment must be made in full at least one week prior to your visit.
are there restrictions on group size?
The GRAMMY Museum asks that there be at least 35 students in your group when booking a workshop. For groups wishing to only tour the Museum, groups are considered 10 or more students. The Museum can accommodate groups of up to 200 students at a time.
What grade levels are most appropriate for a school field trip and/or workshop?
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 programs specifically for elementary students! For groups interested in a tour only, The GRAMMY Museum is happy to provide scavenger hunts for students of any age.
what does my field trip to the grammy museum entail?
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 2021-2022 Educational Workshops Calendar.
What times are available for school tours?
All workshops will take place in the Clive Davis Theater from 11am – 12pm, Monday through Friday. Groups wishing to tour the Museum only may do so between 10am – 5:30pm.
may students bring a lunch?
Yes, students may bring sack lunches to eat on Microsoft Square. There are also several dining options on the L.A. LIVE campus.
My school would like to travel to the museum via public transportation, is this possible?
Yes, in addition to Metro bus stops, the GRAMMY Museum is walking distance from the Blue and Red Metro lines.
is there a parking fee for buses?
Yes, L.A. LIVE offers parking for buses if space is available, please check directly with L.A. LIVE Parking for information and bus parking fees at 213-765-6815.
May I visit the grammy museum prior to coming with my students?
Yes, teachers with valid ID may prepare for a school field trip by coming to the Museum free of charge. Additional guests will be charged full price.
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