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London attractions: The British Music Experience always hits the right note
Published: Friday 2nd of November 2012
The UK has been blessed with some of the best musicians the world has ever produced, when you consider that The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Elton John were all born and bred in the UK.
Throw some of the fabulous live events the UK has held into the mix and you can see how music has become so ingrained within popular culture across the UK and why a visit to London’s British Music Experience is a must.
The exhbition, which takes place at the O2 Arena takes into account all of the trends, fashions and musical diversity that the UK has enjoyed over the past centuries and includes artefacts, exhibits and all manner of musical knick-knacks.
It’s not just a case of watch and learn either, you can really get stuck in and take part in the music.
The attraction has a Gibson Interactive Studio, which allows you to play various musical instruments and even mix tracks while getting an in-depth feel for British musical history.
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Posted by Michael Edwards
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