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Located in the Prudential Center, the Grammy Museum Experience is a museum dedicated to celebrating all forms of music and honors famous musicians from New Jersey including Bruce Springsteen and Queen Latifah. The museum, which also explores the history of the Grammy awards, features interactive exhibits and exhibits dedicated to Springsteen, Ray Charles, and others from the state. Visitors will learn about the creative process and technology behind creating music and can even play instruments and create their own songs. The museum opened in 2017 and is the third Grammy museum in the country. The others are in Los Angeles, Nashville, and Cleveland, Mississippi (not to be confused with Cleveland, Ohio).


  • The Grammy Museum Experience opened in the fall of 2017 and celebrates music in all forms, famous NJ musicians, and the history of the Grammy Awards.
Lustig, Jay. "Grammy Museum will open East Coast branch at Prudential Center in Newark." NJarts.net. February 7, 2017. http://www.njarts.net/music/grammy-museum-will-open-east-coast-branch-prudential-center-newark.

"Our Mission." Grammy Museum Experience. Accessed June 23, 2018.  https://www.grammymuseumexp.org/mission.html.

Yi, Karen. "Grammy Museum coming to Newark's Prudential Center." NJ.com. February 8, 2017. https://www.nj.com/essex/index.ssf/2017/02/grammy_museum_coming_to_newarks_prudential_center.html.

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