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London attractions: Become the next top musician with the British Music Experience
Published: Monday 1st of April 2013
This interactive museum takes the visitor on a lyrical journey through the last 60 years of British musical culture, and also hosts workshops for the public.
The exhibitions at the museum include over 600 artifacts from famous music artists, such as the Beatles, Sex Pistols, Spice Girls, David Bowie and many, many more.
Not only will visitors gain a unique chance to peruse the various instruments, clothing, original handwritten lyrics and costumes, you’ll also get a chance to try your hand at making a song in the interactive studio. So if you fancy yourself as the next best thing to Cher or Led Zeppelin, then this is the place to be.
It gives guests the chance to play on amazing guitars from famous artists under the guidance of step-by-step video tuition from performers such as Blur and Magic Numbers, among others.
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Posted by Georgina Black
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