Musical Instrument Museum
Music museum in Phoenix showcasing thousands of instruments from around the world with regular live music performances scheduled throughout the year.
You could spend hours here. The World's Only Global Musical Instrument Museum. Home of the MIM Music Theater--a 300-seat acoustically superb performance space--as well as the award-winning Café Allegro (open 11 am - 2 pm daily) and the MIM Museum Store. The average guest spends nearly four hours at…
Displays at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix are truly interactive. Visitors don headphones that come to life with music and information as exhibits are approached. Musical diversity appears before your ears and eyes with songs and videos of concerts and dances, colorful displays of familiar…
Now here is a great Museum that is hardly in the press. Even my husband enjoy learning here.
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