Recognized by Motown fans from around the world, Hitsville U.S.A. is the foundation of the Motown Museum. The Museum’s unbeatable authenticity, starting with the matchless sign that adorns the building’s front façade, takes visitors back into an era when secretaries soared to stardom and Motown’s hit-making factory in Studio A turned out top-ten tunes like the Big 3 churned autos off their booming assembly lines.
EMPIRE ON WEST GRAND BOULEVARD
Motown quickly outgrew the Hitsville U.S.A. building. At one time, the company owned—and operated out of—eight buildings on both sides of West Grand Boulevard, including the one that houses Studio A. Four of the buildings are still in use by the Motown Museum today.