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The Musical Museum houses a vast collection of automatic musical instruments, from barrel organs to player pianos and more.
The Musical Museum houses a vast collection of automatic musical instruments, from barrel organs to player pianos and more. Check out the gift shop - there are some quirky items such as clocks made from 78 rpm shellac disc, and original player piano rolls. Tours with knowledgeable and highly enthusiastic guides are highly recommended, as is the opportunity to listen to the Mighty Wurlitzer (which rises from the floor in the main auditorium).
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