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All reviews music lovers all ages office park interesting instruments different eras great for kids kids and adults flower fields nice gift shop learn something on display fun place to visit interesting place great history whole family couple of hours musical
Good for a quick visit. Interesting instruments, and really appreciated the opportunity to try some instruments as well. Good parking. If you want A LOT more than this, go to the instrument museum in Phoenix.
This museum is very interesting! You can easily spend 3 or more hours inside it if you have enough time and is curious enough to go through all the details and information regarding the instruments and the how the music industry developed in America. Although...More
My husband, adult son and I visited the museum late one afternoon so only had 1 hour before it closed. Would have liked to spend a little more time there, but still managed to see all the exhibits and try out most of the instruments....More
My children and I had a blast! we came in wandered around, had an opportunity to learn about different instruments and even play some of them too! We learned about the different era's and how music has progressed over the years.
Set in an office park, this place is a hidden gem, but definitely worth your tome and attention.The exhibits concentrate on musical instruments, and are arranged by decade.
There are buttons to push to here snippets of songs, and every gallery has at least one...More
WE expected to spend part of an hour ... and spent 4 times that. This is a top notch museum with many interactive exhibits. It will be particularly compelling for baby boomers who will recognize many artist and artifacts ... well worth a visit for...More
This is a very underrated museum. It features exhibits that I have only seen at the Experience Music Project. The displays are very informative and the descriptions are well written. There is a whole area where you can play different instruments.
Our friend is a retired teacher who taught music, so when she and her husband were visiting, we took them to the Museum of Making Music. There are a lot of historical displays telling about the evolution of the music industry and an interactive area...More