Atlanta, Georgia: Trap Music Museum

If you aren't a fan of Trap Music, you probably won't understand this place. Despite the presence of drugs and guns in the displays, the museum insists its purpose is not to glorify crime.
630 Travis St. NW, Atlanta, GA
On the west side of Travis St. NW, a half-block south of its intersection with Northside Drive NW. Inside a brown and black building with no windows. Under 18 with parent only; after 8 PM no one under 18 admitted.
F 4-12, Sa 12-12, Su 2-10 Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Adults $10.
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Trap Music Museum

The line at the museum moves quickly. I personally think the T.I. room was the best exhibit. I have never been anywhere like this in my life. Dress appropriately (club attire)! I felt severely overdressed. Grandma was hilarious!

[Jennifer Copeland, 09/04/2019]

Trap music started in Atlanta's hip hop scene in the 2000s. This place opened as a pop-up museum in 2018, but was so popular that it found a permanent home in its own building in 2019.

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