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TRAVELING

EXHIBITS

For more than a decade, the GRAMMY Museum® has explored and celebrated the enduring legacies of all forms of music. We highlight music’s creative process, major artists and trends in popular music, and the history of the GRAMMY Awards®, the premier recognition of recorded music accomplishment, through interactive and educational exhibitions and experiences. The Museum has curated more than 75 exhibitions — 25 of which have traveled to other cultural institutions around the world — that spotlight some of the most important music ever created.

Check back often to see what exciting new exhibitions will be coming to a city near you! Or contact us if you’re interested in hosting one! All exhibits below are available to rent.

For traveling exhibit inquiries, please contact [email protected].

  1. AVAILABLE DEC. 2020

    BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY

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  2. AVAILABLE OCT. 2021

    LADIES AND GENTLEMEN…THE BEATLES!

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Statistics

25+

major exhibitions traveled

4.2M+

visitors

30+

cities traveled to across 8 countries

FAQ

EXHIBITION SIZE AND REQUIREMENTS

Exhibitions vary in size, but all require adequate storage for shipping crates, and appropriate museum-quality lighting and casework.

INSURANCE

The host institution will be required to provide a certificate of insurance before the exhibition ships.

COST AND SCHEDULE

A typical exhibition run lasts approximately 13-16 weeks and the associated rental fee is determined based on which exhibition is selected as well as its size and scope.

SHIPPING AND INSTALLATION

In addition to the exhibition rental fee, the host institution is responsible for paying shipping costs, as well as travel costs for up to three GRAMMY Museum staff members for installation and de-installation. Our traveling exhibitions team will communicate any additional labor or special equipment needs for loading and unloading at the host venue.

SECURITY

Trained professional guards or trained museum personnel whose sole duty is the supervision of the exhibition must be present in sufficient number to provide surveillance and crowd control while the exhibition is open for viewing, as well as a CCTV monitor system.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

For more information about our traveling exhibits, please email [email protected]

REQUEST INFORMATION

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