The Musical Museum's collection in a converted church contains one of the world's foremost collections of automatic musical instruments including tiny clockwork music boxes, reproducing pianos and spooky orchestrions, and 30,000 historic musical rolls. The collection embraces an impressive array of sophisticated pianolas, cranky barrel organs, violin players and the self-playing Mighty Wurlitzer. There is also a 230-seat concert hall and orchestra pit from which a Wurlitzer console rises as it used to in the cinemas of the 1930s. The Musical Museum's coffee shop overlooks the river, making for a nice location to stop for a cuppa. Please note: the museum is closed on June 4 and 5.
|Venue name:||The Musical Museum||Contact:|
399 High St
|Transport:||Rail: Kew Bridge rail|
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