Operation Times: Daily from 10 AM to 10 PM
Restrictions: None; all ages welcomed
Thanks to the Rolling Stones, you can finally give in to your peeping Tom urges without a pesky disorderly conduct charge. The legendary band, who have graced our presence for more than 50 years, is giving you a peek inside their private memorabilia collection. Besides, we both know you’ve always wanted to dig through their drawers.
The traveling display, flirtatiously dubbed “Exhibitionism,” may or may not be a wink to the band’s salacious shenanigans and is the largest of its kind. With 500 pieces in the collection, including rare works of art and even hand-written song lyrics, you really don’t know what you’re going to see next. We’re kinda hoping Mick Jagger’s little black book is on display, because there are still some lingering questions about our paternity and we hear he was a frisky one. Dad is that you?
More than a museum, these cultural boundary breakers have designed an all-out sensory experience. From the recreation of their British bachelor pad to a full-on 3D concert performance, nobody on the planet has ever seen the Stones this up close and personal. Well, unless you’re a smokin’ hot blonde with big “ambitions.” And if you don’t hurry up, you never will because the exhibition is moving out this January. Seriously, stop what you’re doing and check it out.