- This event has passed.
Spring is here and the Museum will be opening on May 1st for daily tours from 10 am to 4 pm Mon. – Sat. and noon to 4 pm on Sundays. Recognized as one of the 10 reasons to visit Michigan’s Lower Peninsula on Forbes.com, it is truly an area gem. The Museum’s unique and rare collection takes visitors through the sounds and history of automated music. It is a fascinating walk through the mechanisms that preceded the Ipod and the beautiful music they made, and is enjoyed all ages. Hear Gershwin perform Rhapsody in Blue on the 1925 Webber Duo Art Reproducting Piano and enjoy the majestic sounds of the 30’ by 18’, 5000 lb. 1922 Mortier ‘Amaryllis’ Dance Hall Organ, one of 150 surviving and one of the only Mortier being played for the public in the world. The 1 ½ hour, docent led tours are entertaining and informative. We guarantee that you will be telling your friends and visitors that they should experience this wonderful museum!