The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is celebrating the Rolling Stones' 50th Anniversary. It's a year late, but better late than never, right? 

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum is getting a new exhibit ready to celebrate the Rolling Stones’ half century mark.

Curators say that the exhibit will take a comprehensive look at their entire career and will take up two and a half floors of space. Some of the pieces will be personal items from band members that likely no one has ever seen before. Hall President Greg Harris says that the exhibit will “tell the story of one of the definitive rock and roll bands.”

Viewers can expect to see film footage and artifacts from the band as well as interactive technology to help present the history of the Rolling Stones. It will take you through their first gig at the Cavern Club in 1962 right up to present day. Former members like Bill Wyman will also be included, even though he is none too pleased with how they handled his incorporation into their own personal 50 year anniversary, calling it nothing more than a “cameo appearance.”

Rolling Stones: 50 Years of Satisfaction will open in May and run through March of next year.