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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...more
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Flew into Phoenix on our way to Sedona. decided to check out the museum on our way. Found the museum to be just ok. After the first 90 minutes or so we got kind of bored as it is surprisingly a lot of the same...More
Beautiful space near Phoenix showcasing instruments collected from around the world. Most of the exhibits are showcased with audio synced with a portable headset provided upon admission. My family and I visited on a weekday and were rewarded with few crowds in most rooms of...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the MIM. It’s huge. Don’t underestimate the time to spend there. We were there for four hours and didn’t see it all. They use headsets that are activated in front of each tv exhibit. So great. We also had...More
we went 3 couples. What a great museum. Staff incredible. exhibits incredible. You have to get the earphones so you can hear the music from all over the world and of different times. That way the videos (plenty) will make sense. We ALL LOVED IT.
This museum has more than 100 musical instruments of the world, in working condition. They are preserved and maintained properly. In addition, there are many interactive videos that give you a glimpse of the instrument in display and how it is played. There are some...More
My husband and I were advised by a local to visit the Musical Instrument Museum. We didn’t really know what he was selling, but we had a couple of hours to spare en route to Sky Harbor Airport and decided to visit. The entry fee...More
We visited MIM yesterday and were blown away by the exhibits and tour. Our tour guide, Dr. Anita Voelker was from Maryland was without a doubt the best docent we have ever had in our lives. She was more than informative mixing her knowledge with...More
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Hi John, thank you for visiting and sharing your experience! To clarify, Signature Events and MIM Musical Interludes Series performances are included with museum admission. Other concert tickets are not included with museum admission and must be purchased separately. For full pricing and information, visit...More
This is an ethnomusicologist’s dream. Every display is outstanding and all the video footage I’d interesting. The headsets provided made the whole experience user friendly and the staff were polite and helpful. It also has one of the best gift shops I’ve seen! If you’re...More