The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles will soon open 'The Taylor Swift Experience,' an exhibit dedicated to the formerly country music icon.

The exhibit will open on Dec. 13 -- which happens to be Swift's 25th birthday -- and will run through May 10, 2015.

“Global superstar Taylor Swift is one of popular music’s biggest talents whose music is beloved by millions of fans worldwide,” the executive director of the Grammy Museum, Bob Santelli, explains. “Telling the story of Taylor’s remarkable rise to superstardom is something the museum is extremely excited about."

The exhibit will feature items dating all the way back to Swift's childhood, including books and family photos. There will also be pieces from more recent events in the star's life, like costumes from her huge Red Tour, handwritten lyrics from '22' and props from the 'Shake It Off' video, as well as dresses she wore in her 'Mean' and 'Teardrops on My Guitar' videos.

Previously, the star was honored with another exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

Swift has been making a splash in pop music with her new album, '1989.' In addition to performing at the show, the singer was also honored with the first-ever Dick Clark Award for Excellence at the American Music Awards. She'll tour '1989' -- named for her birth year -- in 2015.

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