The British Music Experience, presented by The co-operative is the national museum of Popular music, and the first real interactive museum in the UK. Following its opening at The O2 on the Greenwich Peninsula in 2009 it has made its mark as the centre for everyone who wants to celebrate the fantastic history of British popular music.
Unique ‘smartickets’ enable visitors to actually download content from the museum as they go round the galleries, learning zones, music studio, dance area, live music area and the audio visual spaces. In addition there is a full education and public programme which ranges from workshops and trails to full scale concerts and Master Classes. The museum received a Special Commendation at the 2011 European Museum of the Year Awards.
The British Music Experience is a registered not-for-profit charity with the purpose of advancing the education and appreciation of the art, history and science of music in Britain. Registered Charity No.1125752.
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London - O2
Definitely well worth a visit from jooulez, 14/10/11
I didnt think I would enjoy it as much as I actually did, my ex bought a ticket & after two (YES TWO!!) bag searches I went up the escalator & saw Eddie there, the staff were friendly & approachable, I was lost in there for at least 2 hours, going from 1 thing to another much to the annoyance of the ex!!!!
I'd highly recommend this for any music fan, whether youre into pop, rock or anything else.