A major showpiece of the iconic band will be opening next year at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London
Pink Floyd are to have their own gallery at the V and A, opening on Saturday 13th May 2017.
The Museum describes the exhibition - entitled Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains - as "an unprecedented, innovative and multi-sensory journey through Pink Floyd's extraordinary worlds, chronicling the music, design and staging of the band, from their debut in the 1960s through to the present day."
Already lined up to be among the exhibits are the distinctive album cover sleeves from Animals and The Division Bell, face masks worn by band members during The Wall Live performances, a petal mirrorball used in gigs in the early 70s and an advert for a New Year's Eve gig from Melody Maker in December 1966 with the Floyd on the bill topped by The Who and The Move.
The V&A's exhibition on David Bowie in 2012 was a fantastic success, breaking all previous attendance records.