EXHIBITIONISM provides a sensational insight into the Rolling Stones’ 50 year history, with an interactive, cinematic experience designed to immerse visitors. The impressive interlinked rooms include representations of the original Edith Grove flat shared by band members and the recording studio in nearby Barnes (SW13), where six albums were recorded.

Visitors can also expect to see exclusive original artefacts illustrating the band’s impact on popular culture and the musical heritage that has made them so iconic. Plus, there will be collaborations and work from the likes of Andy Warhol, Martin Scorsese and Alexander McQueen which are not to be missed.

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