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An exhibit dedicated to the “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin will open this week at a museum in Detroit. The exhibit, called “Think: A Tribute To The Queen of Soul,” has been approved by her estate and will be on display at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History this Tuesday.

The exhibit will feature things like wardrobe, shoes, photos, and more from Franklin’s career. There will also be a copy of Aretha’s first ever recording she released back in 1956 called, “Never Grow Old.”

Are you going take a visit to the museum to see the exhibit? What’s your favorite type of museum to visit?

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