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The World's Only Global Musical Instrument Museum. Home of the MIM Music Theater--a 300-seat acoustically superb performance space--as well as the award-winning Café Allegro (open 11 am - 2 pm daily) and the MIM Museum Store. The average guest...more
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We spent about 6 hours in the museum.....it wasn't enough. The displays were amazing with the collections of instruments, the video clips of instruments being played in a number of venues and the wonderful audio program was mesmerizing.
You'll need a full morning or afternoon to see most of the exhibits in this excellent museum.
Don't bother taking a docent-led tour - with the smart audio guide that you are given, it's better to follow your own interests.
Fabulous displays by countries and continents of musical insturments. If you are visiting Scottsdale/Phoenix plus general area this is a must-see destination. There is a calendar of evening concerts with national and international artists - We live in Phoenix and go at least 4 times...More
This museum has so much to offer! There are two levels to the museum. The upper level is divided up by regions around the world, Africa, Asia, Europe, etc. There are instruments from every country you can think of. You get a head set to...More
I had guests from Canada for a week and we went there on a Friday afternoon. No crowds at all - hardly anyone there. This made it very easy to listen to all the exhibits - I would not want to be there when it...More
They have everything here related to musical instruments.If you are a music lover, this is a must visit. It is beautifully staged , easy to wonder through, aesthetically pleasing building and grounds and really educates. Hands on experiences with instruments. They have concerts here, so...More
Shared a wonderful evening at the MIM with my parents and grandmother (Japanese native).
The seats and atmosphere was very comfortable. You can "dress-up" or dress down and still fit in with the crowd.
Easy access off the 101 with plenty of parking. Tickets were...More