My husband and I just got back from driving the Lake Michigan Circle Tour. I had planned little stops here and there: museums, activities, towns, beaches, lighthouses, etc. I planned so far in advance I couldn't remember what some of the things I'd written down were. I remembered being very interested in the Music House Museum. My husband and I pulled up and right away we get out of the car and hear organ music. My husband looked at me like "what did you bring us to". We ended up having the best time! This was by far one of our most talked about stops on our whole trip. The museum is in a restored barn. It shows the history of automated music machines: automatons, player pianos, dance hall organs, you name it. They plan over 15 instruments for you. Admission is a low enough cost and goes toward a great cause. Our tour guide was very friendly, very informative and entertaining. They show a Laurel and Hardy clip accompanied by one of the organs. It was so much fun and since I've been home I've told everyone about it! It is a must see for those who like unique history and off-the-beaten-path stops.
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