Motown Museum will reopen on February 22, 2023, once again offering immersive, interactive tours.
Guests will be transported through time while viewing curated exhibits, the actual apartment Berry Gordy lived in with his family during the label’s earliest days, along with original recording equipment and the legendary Studio A, the recording studio where Motown artists recorded some of the greatest songs of all time from 1959 to 1972. Each tour is led by a knowledgeable guide, who will share the interesting history, fascinating anecdotes and captivating stories that all took place at Hitsville U.S.A., now home to Motown Museum.
“Welcoming guests back into Motown Museum is like welcoming family back home,” said Robin Terry, Motown Museum Chairwoman and CEO. “We know this year will be unlike anything we’ve experienced before as we continue to make progress on the expansion. We appreciate the support of the community and Motown fans around the world as we continue to build a lasting legacy.”
As guests return to Motown Museum for tours, they will see ongoing construction on the museum’s campus as the highly anticipated $65 million expansion project continues toward completion of Phase 3.
Guests and groups can purchase tour tickets at motownmuseum.org. Fans can also engage with Motown Museum on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as the museum virtually celebrates the legacy of Motown each week.
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