This is a San Diego tradition. This beautiful piece of architecture houses an organ almost 100 years old and maintained by a non-profit organization that keeps it running smoothly. It's all outdoors and was built for the 1914 Worlds fair by the Sugar Magnate, John Spreckles. There are no electronics here. Over 450 pipes, the longest being 32' and the smallest the size of a pencil. It's all run by a giant air pump...This is a classic old beautifully restored musical instrument that should't be missed. You may hear Classical, Pops, or circus music...you never know, it's always great. It reminds one of the "Carousel Age" in America. Don't miss the summer free concerts by orchestra's that play on the Organ Pavilion stage, they start around 6pm.
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