Motown Museum

Currently Closed For Ongoing Construction

Motown Museum is located on West Grand Boulevard in Detroit—east of Rosa Parks Boulevard and west of Woodward Ave. and the John C. Lodge Expressway (M-10).

Motown Museum transports you into an era of musical magic. From the second you walk through the door, you’ll be greeted with the voices of Motown and a profound sense of history and significance.

On your interactive VIP tour, one of our personable guides will share interesting history, fascinating anecdotes and captivating stories that all took place within the space you stand. History was truly made within these walls.

You’ll experience curated exhibits, the actual apartment Berry Gordy lived in with his family during the label’s earliest days, the retro-style offices of Hitsville U.S.A. and, of course, Studio A—the legendary recording studio where Motown artists recorded some of the greatest songs of all time from 1959 to 1972.

We can’t wait to welcome you. Start planning your visit now!

Motown Museum guided tours provide personalized service to visitors. Equipped with an elevator, ramp for wheelchairs and wheelchair-accessible restrooms, we welcome any and all guests with special needs—our exhibits are accessible for visitors in wheelchairs.

Motown Museum
2648 W. Grand Blvd
Detroit, MI 48208
Phone Number: 
(313) 875-2264
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