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

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The Musical Museum tells the fascinating story of how people have captured and listened to music over the last four centuries. Find out how music was recorded and reproduced, see and hear them in action.


From tiny music boxes to the Mighty Wurlitzer theatre organ in our concert hall, our collection includes an impressive array of instruments and inventions, including reproducing pianos, orchestrions, self-playing violins, pipe organs, gramophones & synthesizers.

On guided tours you get to hear many of them play. 

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Adults: £12.00, Concessions: £10.00,
Children (5 to 16 Yrs): £5.00
Family ticket (2 adults plus up to 3 children): £26.00


Tickets can be booked in advance 

Also available at the door on the day 

50% discount for residents of London Borough of Hounslow, available at the door only

(proof of address required).

Opening Hours 



Sunday 10am to 4pm

Guided tours at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm 

(On days with afternoon events there will be no 2.30pm tour)

We are a charity that relies on support from donations and ticket sales

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