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 in Brentford (and not far from Kew Gardens), we're a 5-star rated attraction in Greater London. We offer guided tours and a variety of LIVE concerts and other events, complete with new social distancing (but still social!) arrangements. Our café has views over the river, there's a small car park, and we're easily accessible via public transport. The Museum's theatre and live streaming facilities also make us a unique, safe and flexible venue for hire.


Our small charity is totally dependent on income from visitors, events and donations. Please consider making a one-off   donation via PayPal  or subscribe with Patreon to support the Museum and access news, live events and more!

The Museum is now OPEN!

We have been working hard to prepare the Museum to re-open safely, which includes significant changes and updates to our ground floor layout. Admission tickets are timed to allow us to maintain social distancing, so please book online using the link below. Tickets are limited in number - so book early!  If you can't be here in person, subscribe to our YouTube channel to find out more and stay up to date. 

Opening Hours & Admissions

Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday : 10:30am - 5:00pm

We are also open during Spring & Summer Bank Holidays.  Admissions (and Café) closes at 4pm.

Adults: £12.00, Concessions: £9.00, Children (5 to 16 Yrs): £5.00
Family ticket (2 adults plus up to 3 children): £25.00

Entry to our River View Café is free.

Guided Tours & Instrument Demonstrations

11am, 1pm & 3pm - please book your tickets in advance