Taylor Swift, NYFW 2016

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This is not a drill. Taylor Swift has her very own museum exhibit, and you need to be there. Grab your passport (JK it's just in New York) and our hand because you don't want to miss this if you're a fan. The exhibit, Billboard notes, which is currently posted up at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, is moving it's buns across the country. The Taylor Swift Experience first appeared in 2014. Catch the NYC exhibit, which is actually curated by TayTay herself, from November 18 until February.

It will not come as a surprise to Swifties everywhere that this is currently the most popular Grammy Museum exhibit of all time. Because of this, the NYC version will be even bigger and better. If scoping out relics of performances past, perusing handwritten lyrics, or losing your shiz over her baby pictures is something you'd spend money on, get excited.

Entry will be $9, which surely won't be an issue for diehard fans. Expect to see costumes from the 1989 tour and, no joke, her potential Met Gala dress by Louis Vuitton that hasn't been seen by the public until now. Is your finger on the "Buy Tickets" button yet? If not, it's recommended that you get them ASAP from Ticketmaster, because, you know, it's kind of a big deal.

Judging from the gaggle of Instagram pics, it looks like you'll also get to see tons of her magazine covers as well. 

Don't forget to check out the wardrobe pieces from her music videos (we see you cheerleading outfit from "Shake it Off") and even one of her guitars. Did we mention there's a light-up dance floor that illuminates to the beat of her music? There's nothing they didn't cover. In a bold (yet hilarious) move, she's even showing off the Grammy won during that whole "I'm gonna let you finish..." incident. It's truly magic, madness, heaven and sin all rolled into one. 

Sorry, we had to. 

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