Taylor Swift-Curated Museum Exhibit Coming to New York City
The exhibit has expanded since premiering in 2014 at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
The Grammy Museum is currently showing a traveling exhibit called The Taylor Swift Experience, curated by Swift herself, and it is set to appear in New York from Nov. 18 through February.
Handwritten lyrics, beloved childhood books and even the infamous 2009 MTV Moonman that prompted the Kanye West feud will be displayed in the South Street Seaport exhibit.
Because this is the Grammy Museum’s most popular exhibit of all time, the New York showing — which has a $9 entry fee — will be more expansive than its original 2014 display in Los Angeles. The exhibit was set to close in May 2015 but was extended five months because it was so well-received. The artist's collection of personal artifacts will further include stage costumes from her most recent 1989 World Tour and a never-before-seen 2016 Met Gala dress option made exclusively for Swift by Louis Vuitton.
Fans are urged to purchase tickets early through Ticketmaster because they sell fast — the staged Swiftie selfie is in high demand, and fans have been showing their love on Instagram.
This story originally appeared on Billboard.com.