We donned our Ziggy Stardust boas and went down to London's O2 for the new British Music Experience permanent expedition. There's oodles of awesome vintage guitars and outlandish costumes from over four decades of British music history - from The Beatles through Morrissey to The Libertines.
But it wasn't just the rock memorabilia that rocked our world. The exhibition uses RFID and touchscreen tech throughout to make it one of the most interactive events we've ever seen.
Each room has giant interactive projections for you to explore and find unseen archive footage, while your ticket can be used on RFID sensors throughout.
If you need to brush up on your dance moves, there's a dance studio with a virtual instructor to guide you through some of the most popular - and ridiculous - dances to hit these shores. After you've mastered the moves, you can watch your performance in holographic video.
But our favourite is the Gibson interactive studio. Classic and brand new guitars, basses, keyboards and drum kits let you get hands on, while onscreen videos by real artists guide you through according to your ability.
With no discernible, talent, we were able to knock out a fairly convincing version of Blur's Song 2 in no time at all.
Tickets start at £12 and the exhibition opens at the O2 on Monday 10th March