Across the street from the Staples Center and LA Convention Center is this corporate entertainment hub which includes the 7100-seat...
South Park got its first jolt in 1999 with the opening of this saucer-shaped sports and entertainment arena. It’s home court for the Los...
Grand Hope Park
Small, peaceful and designed by Lawrence Halprin (one of the country’s foremost landscape architects), this was the first of South...
A 7100-seat theater, which was christened by the Eagles and the Dixie Chicks when it opened in 2007, has since hosted Neil Young, Anita...
800 W Olympic Blvd · interesting places nearby
Grammy Museum information
The highlight of LA Live. Music lovers will get lost in interactive exhibits, which define, differentiate and link musical genres, while live footage strobes. You can glimpse such things as GnR’s bass drum, Lester Young’s tenor, Yo Yo Ma’s cello and Michael’s glove (though exhibits and collections do rotate).
Interactive sound chambers allow you and your friends to try your hand at mixing and remixing, singing and rapping. The second floor tends to focus on one band or musician. We saw the Ringo exhibit, and we didn't want to leave.