Recognized by Forbes.com as one of the ten reasons to visit Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, the Music House Museum offers a unique collection of instruments that provide guests with a walk through the history, the artistry and the engineering of automated music.
The Music House Museum
The Music House Museum, located in the beautiful rolling, orchard-covered hills of Grand Traverse County, just north of Traverse City, Michigan, was founded in 1983.
The Museum’s unique collection of instruments provides guests with a walk through the history, artistry and engineering of automated music.
The collection spans from the late 18th century to 1950, going from simple music boxes to early recorded sound and radio. The hour and a half long, docent guided tour showcases the beauty of the craftsmanship, the history of the era and the complexity of the engineering of the collection as well as allowing guests to hear many of the rare instruments on display actually play.
Family Day at the Music House
The Art of Traditional Bookmaking with Chad Pastotnik
Pizza and Pipes with Fr. Andrew Rogers on the Wurlitzer
SwingShift and the Stars Dance-off for Charity
"Hot Water" starring Harold Lloyd featuring Fr. Andrew Rogers on the Wurlitzer
"Hot Water" starring Harold Lloyd featuring Fr. Andrew Roger on the Wurlitzer