Yes, The famous Grammy Museum in LA is now open to the public straight after a year. The museum was closed for more than a year due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The officials have begun with three major exhibits that are Dave Matthews Band, Y Para Siempre... Marco Antonio Solis and Motown: The Sound Of Young America, respectively.
Starting from Friday, 21 May 2021, the admissions are free for health care workers and first responders throughout June. I am extremely excited about my visit as the museum has got some new exhibits. The officials have drafted the latest COVID precautions guidelines such as online ticketing, temperature checks, masks, proper sanitization, one-way paths, and touchless visits.
Unfortunately, the Clive Davis Theater will still be closed for the evening events. However, it will be open during the daytime under the Motown exhibit. You can also visit their official website to check entry tickets and other latest information. Have a safe and enjoyable visit!