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Travels Visited the New Taylor Swift Exhibit at Newark’s Grammy Museum Experience in the Rock

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NEWARK, NJ - TAPintoTravels got a special invite to see the new Taylor Swift Experience exhibit at  the Newark GRAMY Museum Experience at the Prudential Center (“The Rock”).  The exhibit opens to the public tomorrow.

The exhibit was curated and supplied items directly by Taylor Swift and her mother. It definitely shows in the exhibits. You will see childhood photos and family heirlooms of Taylor’s career.

Their new Director greeted us to the program.

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We even got insights from the curator of all the GRAMMY Museum Experience system.

We also got a treat meeting with students from Monmouth University’s music business program.

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