Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones Now Free with the New York Pass
The exhibit covers an extraordinary amount of material and memorabilia from the 50 years of existence of The Rolling Stones, one of the world’s most legendary rock bands.
The exhibit takes you through every facet of existence of the band, ranging from a replica of their humble dwellings in London in the early 60s, a collection of musical instruments, notebooks, sheets of music, through fan memorabilia, costumes and a whole lot more.
Expect to spend between 1 and 2 hours walking through this exhibit, admiring all the artifacts detailing a true rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. You can also watch footage of band members and managers talking about their experiences, the music and the lifestyle. One part of the exhibit lets you mix your own Rolling Stones songs and the whole thing is concluded with a 3D movie from a 2014 concert, so you can imagine what it would be like to see the Stones live.
The exhibit is open through March 12th during the following hours:
Sunday – Thursday: 10 am – 6 pm (last entry at 4:30 pm)
Friday – Saturday: 10 am – 9 pm (last entry at 7:30 pm)
Industria 356 W 12th St. (at Washington St.), New York, NY 10014
How to get there:
Subway: L, A, C, 1, 2, 3 trains to 14th St., then a short walk down 12th st.
The box office is located across the street from the exhibition space, which is adjacent to Barbuto, a staple West Village restaurant.
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