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This museum houses many rare automatic musical instruments such as musical boxes familiar in the West in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. A concert is held every half hour using the instruments, giving visitors a chance to hear a special...more
Museum is rather small, but with interesting exhibits. Pleasantly surprised by the music box demonstration which was a unique experience.
Strongly recommend if you are music box lover, or interested in building your own music box.
Wasn’t exactly in my bucket list, but if you have a spare hour or two, knock yourself out. The ladies will be delighted as 90% of the visitors were ladies & you can visit the botanical garden on the same site
I'm pretty sure they built this place as there was naff all between the cable car station and the terrace with the view. It's a real waste of time, just stay on the bus up the hill until this place is in the rear view...More
This was odd in one sense, a building that looked half Swiss and half Tudor! I do admit the 'show' was hard to follow as it was done in Japanese and I had trouble understanding with my limited knowledge. However, whilst not being a fan...More
I've come to associate the phrase, "Music Box" with small, handheld or tabletop devices, which use a rotating drum to actuate chimes, to play a simple tune. The Rokko International Music Box Museum has a good collection of these, including mechanical birds which sing. But...More