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Experience is a collection of events and/or activities from which an individual or group may gather knowledge, opinions and/or skills.
Experience may also refer to:
- Conscious experience, see Consciousness.
Further meanings are given below.
Arts and entertainment
- The Jimi Hendrix Experience (1966–69), a rock band, led by guitarist Jimi Hendrix, sometimes known as "The Experience".
- Experience (Jimi Hendrix album) (1971)
- Experience (Lincoln Thompson album) (1979)
- Experience (The Prodigy album) (1992)
- The Experience (Yolanda Adams album), 2001
- Experience: Jill Scott 826+ (2001), a live double album by American R&B-soul singer–songwriter Jill Scott
- Experience (York album) (2001), by German electronic act York
- Experience (DJ Project album) (2001), by DJ Project
- Experience (WSQ album) (2004), by the jazz group the World Saxophone Quartet
- Experience (Rize album) (2010)
- "Experience", a song by Diana Ross on her 1985 album Eaten Alive
- "Experience" (Emerson), an 1844 essay by Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Experience (Martin Amis), a 2000 book of memoirs by Martin Amis
- Experience (1921 film), a lost drama film starring Leslie Banks
- The Experience, a 1973 Iranian short feature film directed by Abbas Kiarostami
- Michael Jackson: The Experience, a 2010 music video game based on Michael Jackson's music
- Experience points in role playing games
- Experience Estabrook (1813–1894), American attorney and legal administrator
- Experience Mayhew (1673–1758), New England missionary
- The Experience (professional wrestling), a wrestling tag team
- X-Perience, German Eurodance group
- Experienced (album), a 2011 live CD and DVD by Boom Boom Satellites
- Experiences (album), an album by X Marks the Pedwalk
- Thee Experience (night club), a Hollywood night club in 1969
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