You kind of feel like you're in a Harry Potter movie when you come to this place. It's got elements of old and new, dark and light, mystery and adventure.
There isn't much I could add to the other positive reviews here, except to say they're all true. One additional thing worth noting is the museum's restored Wurlitzer theater organ, which features several ranks of pipes as well as drums, a player piano, and all the other bells and whistles you'd expect from a theater organ. On the day I visited with my 7-year-old daughter, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to play it, as well as listen to a true theater organist play the instrument. I was in heaven, being a church organist myself and being in the presence of this monster instrument. It was a good experience for my daughter to help "broaden her musical horizons."
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