LOUISVILLE, Ky. – WHAS11 got a sneak peek at the newest exhibit at the Muhammad Ali Center.
It's called Motown in Black and White.
The exhibit features clothing, albums and never-before seen photos to take visitors back in time and explore the impact that Motown music had on American culture.
The items come from the personal collection of Al Abrams who was Motown's founding publicist.
Visitors will also be entertained by iconic Motown performances that will be playing on a built-in screen.
The Motown in Black and White exhibit opens Friday and runs through November 10.
The exhibit is included in the Ali Center's regular admission price.