As part of the Musical Museum's fiftieth anniversary celebrations, it's opening its doors to the public for free for a week. It’s a chance to discover the unusual collection of self-playing instruments and investigate exhibits that trace the history of music. Tour guides will be on hand to demonstrate the instruments at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm from Friday to Sunday.
On display during the open week is the not so musical 'Diamond Extravaganza', an exhibition featuring a life-sized replica of the Cullinan Diamond, the largest ever found, and copies of other famous sparklers. Visitors will also be able to find out about how diamonds are cut and graded. Entry to this exhibition is £2.