Offers a huge collection of musical instruments. Leads you through the history of both western, asian and african musical instruments.
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The museum is an excellent experience with hundreds if not thousands of instruments. A lot of information and audio examples is availble through the audio guide. For kids there are "red numbers" with adjusted content. The part I liked most was the live music demonstration....More
Being a musician, I really wanted to see this museum, so I talked my wife into making the trek over here and SHE had a great time. I did as well, but I think she was pleasantly surprised as it is kind of out of...More
Visited this museum on a Saturday and was really impressed with the collection of instruments from richly decorated clavichords to an immense variety and age of wind, string & percussion instruments, also including musical instruments from other cultures. There is also likely to be a...More
The museum exhibits a very nice and beautiful collection of musical instruments from 17th/18th century, they have some demonstrations for musical instruments with specific times. Beautiful harpsichord and piano collections from 18th century. They provide a headphone to listen the details of the instruments and...More
Nuits des Musées, 2017.05.20 - after a concert in Le Philharmonie, entered the free night opening. The museum is very accessible and open exposition of a variety of instruments through time and geographies. Audioguides are a valuable asset.
This museum offers a fantastic opportunity to see and hear an enormous range of musical instruments. Audio guide available in English is included and is essential for hearing the music. Options also for children. Seating was a welcome relief from standing looking at art elsewhere!...More
Good museum, often with terrific special exhibits. Get the head phones because much of the museum has to do with sound. Good museum shop with collector CDs. Out on the edge of the city.
To admire all instruments of music and her fabrications, precious violins, also a Stradivarious from the famous spanish virtuose Pablo de Sarasate; many other decorations of instruments and exhibitions.
This museum is amazing! There are hundreds of instruments from different periods of history available to see and a great audio guide that lets you hear them as well. There is so much fine art in Paris that this was almost a welcome break from...More