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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
All reviews music lovers love music instruments being played experience gallery john lennon different countries mechanical music famous musicians johnny cash music history concert hall all ages first floor on display day pass we spent hours audio tour
I had guests from Canada for a week and we went there on a Friday afternoon. No crowds at all - hardly anyone there. This made it very easy to listen to all the exhibits - I would not want to be there when it...More
They have everything here related to musical instruments.If you are a music lover, this is a must visit. It is beautifully staged , easy to wonder through, aesthetically pleasing building and grounds and really educates. Hands on experiences with instruments. They have concerts here, so...More
Shared a wonderful evening at the MIM with my parents and grandmother (Japanese native).
The seats and atmosphere was very comfortable. You can "dress-up" or dress down and still fit in with the crowd.
Easy access off the 101 with plenty of parking. Tickets were...More
We spent about 3 hrs at the museum ( all we had), but could have easily spend several more hrs. The grounds and the building are stunning, the collections are very well presented. It’s an educational as well as an enjoyable experience. Each attendee is...More
We attended a 100 anniversary of the electric guitar. We thoroughly enjoyed the concert and can’t stop recalling how marvelous it was. If ever in the area again I will search for events here first. I expect to go to the museum too.
I am a member of the MIM. This place is a one of a kind museum of all kinds of instruments. The collection consists of instruments including the piano John Lennon wrote Imagine on. Elvis guitars and Johnny Cash too. This weekend they opened a...More
This place is awesome! Seats are comfortable and prices are reasonable. Plus They let me bring in my metal water bottle so I don't have to buy water (always an irritating thing). I have been to many concerts and have gone through the museum too....More
Not being particularly musical discovering this museum was a fabulous learning experience. The architecture of the building is outstanding and sets the tone for your visit. It is the largest museum of its type in the world and your headsets allows you listen to the...More
We enjoyed the museum very much. So interesting. We went for the opening of the Electric Guitar exhibit and found that so informative. I love that you get a headset to listen to the instruments as you travel through the museum.
The second floor is...More