Rock History Comes to Life at The Met Museum Exhibit in New York


The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is bringing rock and roll history to life in a new exhibit.

The museum’s newest exhibit, “Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll,” features iconic instruments in music history.

Museumgoers can get up close and personal with roughly 130 famed instruments and costumes.

Some pieces include Jimi Hendrix’s Flying V guitar, along with John Lennon’s 12-string, and Keith Richards' custom Les Paul.

The instruments were donated from various institutions, private collectors and the musicians themselves.

The exhibit was organized in collaboration with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and will be open from April 8 to October 1.