The History of Music Reproduction - Museum & Concert Venue at Kew Bridge, London

The Musical Museum tells the changing story of how people have captured and listened to music over the last four centuries. From tiny music boxes to the Mighty Wurlitzer theatre organ in our concert hall, the collection includes an impressive array of instruments and inventions, including reproducing pianos, orchestrions, self-playing violins, pipe organs, gramophones & synthesizers. Find out how music was recorded and reproduced, see and hear them in action.  

Located near Kew Bridge, Brentford, we're a 5-star rated attraction in Greater London. Our popular café has views over the river, there's a small car park, and we're easily accessible via public transport. The Museum's theatre space hosts a wide variety of concerts, films and dances throughout the year, and makes a unique and flexible event venue for hire.


4th July Update: the Museum remains temporarily closed.

The well-being of our staff, volunteers and visitors is absolutely paramount. We are working hard to prepare the Museum to re-open safely, and we will keep updating this site with our progress.

Our small charity is totally dependent on income from visitors, events and donations. Closing our doors is a very serious matter with a potentially catastrophic financial impact. Please consider making a donation via Patreon, or our web site - your support could make a real difference.

Thank You.


399 High St, Brentford, TW8 0DU

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