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Address: 75 W 5th Street, 2nd Floor, Saint Paul, MN 55101
Phone Number: 651 292 3267
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Guests will be introduced to The Schubert Club Museum by an interpretive...

Guests will be introduced to The Schubert Club Museum by an interpretive guide in our orientation space. They will also encounter a massive sculpture of instruments.Moving deeper into the museum, visitors will learn about the evolution of keyboard instruments, sneak a peek at our collection of composer manuscripts and letters, engage with phonographs and music boxes, see and try Indonesian Gamalan instruments, and discover imaginative and experimental musical instruments.No admission charge. An interpretive guide is on staff to provide tours. Groups of 5 or more are encouraged to call ahead. After-hours tours may be possible by special arrangement.

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Friendly gallery host, gorgeous instruments, and fascinating historic letters from famous composers.

This a very small museum with some gorgeous antique pianos and harpsichords. It was nice that they had some you could actually play and hear their sound. My wife really enjoyed... read more

4 of 5 starsReviewed December 11, 2015
Minneapolis, Minnesota
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 30, 2015

This interactive is great for all those who want to compare different pianos and clavichords to each other. Because not only you can see them but you can play on every single one located in this museum. It was a treat for my sister. She is a piano teacher and I couldn't take her out from there...

Thank Anna G
Minneapolis, Minnesota
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed December 11, 2015 via mobile

This a very small museum with some gorgeous antique pianos and harpsichords. It was nice that they had some you could actually play and hear their sound. My wife really enjoyed the letter catalog. And as a former band member the instrument tornado was fun to look at.

Thank 433Eagle
Stone Lake, WI
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 7, 2015

I've lived in the Twin Cities for almost 40 years and just learned about the Schubert Club Museum. This small museum is located in the Landmark Center just across from Rice Park and the Ordway. They have a very interesting collection of keyboard instruments and also some original manuscripts from famous musicians-Mozart, Gershwin et. al. The exhibits include a timeline... More 

Thank Kirbyp
Atlantic City, New Jersey
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 16, 2015

Absolutely loved this place. Fantastic musical sculpture, interesting history with the instruments they have there, letters from famous musicians. Staff helpful and knowledgeable.

Thank Stephanie3636
Chicago, Illinois
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 23, 2015

What a fun and unconventional museum. We stumbled on it by chance while exploring the eye-popping Landmark Center. In addition to historic keyboards and sound machines, there are Indonesion gamelons & gongs, and a fantastic "musical instrument cyclone" which reminded me of the guitar sculpture at the EMP in Seattle. It's very interactive and kid-friendly. You are invited to gong... More 

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 21, 2015 via mobile

Although the museum is not too big. If u love music and all kind of instruments. I think that's interesting place to visit. Even I am not familiar, I also found very interesting to learn these.There are few pieces of pianos that u can try. The museum ladies there are really friendly and helpful. They take time to explain to... More 

1 Thank Rita D
Fair Lawn, New Jersey
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed August 2, 2014

As a music lover, I thought I would love this museum, but it's really not worth a trip from anywhere. They tell you you're allowed to play certain pianos and harpsichords, but my husband was scolded for "banging on the keys" of a harpsichord. If the harpsichord is temperamental or requires a certain light touch, maybe a card with instructions... More 

2 Thank Cynthia F
Lincoln, Nebraska
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed October 28, 2013

We had a group that visited the museum and was impressed with the tour and all the instruments they saw 1

Thank Bonnie F
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 30, 2013

This happened to be open when I was wandering through the Landmark Center so I stopped in to take a look. I'm glad I did. The attendant was just starting a tour and invited me along. They have an extensive collection of musical instruments dating back several centuries. There is also a section of old phonographic machines (before vinyl discs)... More 

Thank ral338
Minneapolis, Minnesota
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2 of 5 stars Reviewed June 2, 2013

This is above all, since it is in the basement of the Landmark Center, a prime spot to ride out a tornado. they also have some old pianos on hand.

1 Thank DanaMN

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