The GRAMMY Museum is expanding. Not only has the museum added The Terrace to its physical location in Los Angeles, California for more exhibit and event space, but the GRAMMY experience is also now available to people far from the museum’s home to enjoy—for free.

“The online home of the GRAMMY Museum,, has been updated to continue the Museum’s leadership in the digital space. The Museum will now welcome virtual visitors who will be able to immerse themselves in select exhibitions through unique multilayered virtual tours that include curator-guided videos, audio/video hotspots and more,” the GRAMMY Museum said in a press release. The virtual tours are 360 experiences that can be navigated on a screen or even used for VR trips to exhibits that also include the video experiences and information cards you’d expect from any museum visit.

Along with virtual exhibits (currently including explorations of Motown, Dave Matthews Band, Marco Antonio Solís, and Nat King Cole), the GRAMMY Museum also announced that it would make its streaming service COLLECTION:live completely free. The platform includes artist interviews (get an inside look at music from stars like Olivia Rodrigo, Casey Musgraves, Juice WRLD, and more), artist and label spotlights, and even recorded performances.

Music lovers, it looks like you have a long list of things to explore.

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