Britain's museum of popular music offers visitors the chance to see, play, record and experience.
Average visit time 1.5 - 2 hours.
Britain's museum of popular music, the British Music Experience offers visitors the chance to:
See, the most amazing collection of British music memorabilia.
Play, the finest guitars, drums and keyboards in the Gibson Interactive room.
Record, their own music demo or dance video.
Experience, every moment that made British Music History.
Using cutting edge audio-visual technology, visitors can trace historic and era defining moments through 60 years of music history, learn about British music's influence on popular culture, feel the thrill of being in the crowd at legendary gigs, flick through virtual record collections, understand what makes a pop star and search across a giant interactive map of Britain's music heritage.
Iconic pieces of British music memorabilia featured include David Bowie's Ashes to Ashes clown suit and Ziggy Stardust costume, Noel Gallagher's Union Jack guitar, Roger Daltrey's Woodstock outfit and a vintage Amy Winehouse dress.
The British Music Experience is the only exhibition where visitors can select their favourite content and media recordings to keep and create their one off souvenir ticket, with SmartTicket technology.
North Greenwich, London, SE10 0BB
Exit the station and follow signs for The O2. The Bubble is inside The O2, just follow the signs.
Monday to Sunday 11am - 7.30pm. Last admission 6.30pm.
Child ticket prices apply to 5-17 year olds. Under 5s go free. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.
Please take a printed copy of your confirmation, along with the credit card used for the booking and photo ID to the venue to gain entry. Exchange at the British Music Experience Box Office at the O2.