If Sunday’s dazzling Closing Ceremony has left you yearning for another fix from Britain’s music greats, then head over to the British Music Experience inside The O2.
Britain’s museum of popular music celebrates all that is great about British music, including hands-on interactive experiences, immersive time zones and artist and music memorabilia from many of the stars who were recently featured in the opening and closing ceremonies.
Visitors can check out the original BRIT Awards outfits worn by The Spice Girls, marvel at David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust costume, ‘imagine’ wearing John Lennon’s glasses, ogle at Freddie Mercury’s gear and stare in awe at the Epiphone guitar played by The Who’s Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend.
Add to this 3000 images and artist videos, 600 video clips across 7 themed time zones, an interactive studio where visitors can play along with their favourite stars, a map locating what music magic has happened in which towns across Britain, a dance booth giving guests the chance to dance along to the biggest dance crazes from the past 70 years and a mind-blowing ‘finale’ recreating legendary concerts with up-to-date effects, it’s a must do for any fan of Britain’s amazing music – past and present.
Visitors who quote TEAM GB will get 2 for 1 entry until 31 September (cheapest ticket goes free)
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