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The Musical Museum contains one of the world's foremost collections of self-playing musical instruments. From the tiniest of clockwork music boxes to the Mighty Wurlitzer, the collection embraces an impressive array of devices including reproducing...more
Hours Today: 11:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
399 High Street, Brentford, Ealing TW8 0DU, England
It is an amazing collection of mechanical instruments. Not only carillons or piano rolls but violins, organ, full bands. The guided tour is so informative even for the professional musicians. The museum owns some of the rolls recorded by Rachmaninov. Don't miss it
The self-playing musical instruments in the museum are in working order or in the process of being restored. Joining a guided tour is highly recommended since it is the way to see the instruments being played. The volunteer guides are brilliant; many are also involved...More
This is a must see! I went with a school group having not known of the museum, what a wonderful surprise! Roy brought the history and craftsmanship to life. I'm sure the tea room would be a lovely place to sit on a sunny afternoon.
I recommend for all people who like a bit of a different experience, a blast from the past with forgotten entertainment.
We recommend the visit with one of the volunteers as they do demonstrations of the instruments.
Great job for the museum team to keep...More
A unique museum and worth the trip to Kew Bridge. I recommend you take a tour because the information and demonstrations of the instruments brings it all to life. Our guide, Roy, was knowledgeable to tailored the tour to our interests. I enjoyed the tour...More
Yet another top notch Concert produced and performed by accomplished organist, pianist and engaging entertainer, Chris Barber with Simon Hill's delightful and colourful creativity on the back drops. The standard of Chris' professionalism is comparable to any concert in the West End but without the...More
Noeleen O, Manager at The Musical Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for your review. I am delighted you enjoyed the Anniversary concert so much. I will pass on your comments.
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Response from Noeleen O | Property representative |
Hi Nonglak, we have a small replica street with recreated shop fronts from a bygone era, to provide a setting for our street and barell organs. There are a couple of photos of the street gallery (also known as Lamb’s... More
Hi Nonglak, we have a small replica street with recreated shop fronts from a bygone era, to provide a setting for our street and barell organs. There are a couple of photos of the street gallery (also known as Lamb’s Passage) on the website. Unfortunately due to lack of space, it is not a real street and the shops are not fully fitted out.
I hope this answers your query.