The Taylor Swift Experience has opened at The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. The exhibit opened on December 13 to mark the singer’s recent 25th birthday, reported E! online.
Visitors will be able to look at nearly 100 items that relate to Swift, including personal photographs, home videos and handwritten lyrics. Several of the musician’s instruments will be on display, as well as costumes from music videos including ‘Mean’ and ‘Teardrops On My Guitar’.
Swift has loaned several of her possessions for the exhibit, which has taken over the second floor of the LA museum. Interactive parts of the experience include a dancefloor where guests are encouraged to dance to Swift’s songs, and a mixing board where people can create their own versions of her hits.
The Taylor Swift Experience will be open until May 10, 2015. Swift celebrated her 25th birthday with the likes of Jay Z and Beyonce, while Aretha Franklin also sang ‘Happy
Birthday’ to the star.