You’ll hear a lot of it during your visit. From the marches and rags of the early 1900s, through the evolutionary sounds of jazz, folk, rock ‘n roll and pop, to the cross cultural expressions of today’s connected world.
It’s the soundtrack of our lives, and it’s also part of a much larger story… the story of how an industry—the music products industry—supplies the world with the instruments, products and gear that we all use to make music.
And it’s a story we think you’ll enjoy! When you step into the galleries (and back in time) you’ll see outstanding examples of musical instruments, many of them displayed in vintage music store settings. You’ll also hear some familiar tunes in audio and video clips, have many hands-on opportunities to pick up and play a variety of instruments, and discover the innovative ways that the music industry has grown over the years. It’s an insider’s view of the world of making music—and it’s all here at the Museum of Making Music!
Don’t miss a beat! Visit the Museum of Making Music today and discover a world of music and music making.
|Museum & NAMM Members||Free|
|Seniors (age 60 and up)||$10|
|Active Military ||$10|
|Children (age 3 and under)||Free|
|Sunday||10 AM - 5 PM|
|Tuesday||10 AM - 5 PM|
|Wednesday||10 AM - 5 PM|
|Thursday||10 AM - 5 PM|
|Friday||10 AM - 5 PM|
|Saturday||10 AM - 5 PM|
The Museum is closed on the following holidays: New Year's Day (Jan 1), Independence Day (July 4), Thanksgiving Day (4th Thursday in November), and Christmas Day (Dec 25).
Parking is free at the Museum of Making Music. The parking lot is reserved for museum visitors and is located directly behind the building. The lot also includes two spaces reserved for bus and RV parking.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
The Museum's parking lot includes two reserved spots for electric vehicle charging. Charging station use is complimentary with paid admission and is available during our regular hours of operation. Guests using the charging stations must remain on the premises while their vehicles are plugged in. Visitors can inquire at the Museum Front Desk for access to the chargers.