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The Musical Museum

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399 High Street, Brentford, Ealing TW8 0DU England
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GunnersburyUnderground17 min
Kew GardensOverground17 min
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Ned Gould wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom5 contributions4 helpful votes
As it was just the two of us who arrived at the museum for the afternoon tour, we had the wonderful guide Roy to ourselves! He was very knowledgeable and showed us how all the instruments worked. The last item in the tour was the amazing Wurlitzer theatre organ. We will
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Fareham visitor wrote a review Mar 2020
Fareham, United Kingdom1 contribution
Have just visited the museum whilst on a on a weekend break. We had an excellent tour given by Marcus .He was so knowledgable and made the whole experience absolutely fascinating . It was late in the day but they kept the cafe open for us and the staff were all really
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edvi29 wrote a review Mar 2020
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This is one of the many great "hidden" places you find in London. An interesting walk through the history of how people have listened to music over the lats four centuries guided by the wonderful and knowledgeable Roy. With a collection of unique incredible well kept pieces
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david b wrote a review Mar 2020
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Great tour by the one and only Roy! Don't miss it. We had great time & learned a lot on the history of instruments making. Roy is a young 90 years old guide with a lot of knowledge and tons of humour!
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alvalvalv wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom81 contributions24 helpful votes
A fascinating museum of music technology from late 1800s onwards. Roy the passionate and witty tour guide explains how it all worked and we got 2 hours worth of demos... We even had a go at pumping the player-piano! Delightful surprise in Kew and worth a trip - make sure you
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