Revolutions: Records and Rebels

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Revolutions: Records and Rebels‘ is a new retro exhibition at Melbourne Museum about the explosive years of 1966-70 that transformed pop culture and the impact it had on the way we live today. It was a time of the Beatles, the Who, the Rolling Stones, revolutions, civil rights, social justice and monumental change.

See over 500 iconic items while you listen to the soundtrack of the era. The exhibition is developed by Victoria and Albert Museum with a sound experience by Sennheiser. Highlights include John Lennon’s iconic glasses and the suit worn on the cover of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the original illustration of the Beatles’ “Revolutions” artwork and handwritten lyrics for “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”; Mick Jagger’s signature stage costume and a guitar smashed on stage by The Who’s Pete Townshend.

The exhibition will take place daily 10am-5pm until 25th August 2019. For more information and bookings at

Image: Victoria and Albert Museum

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