Interactive Music Museum

Interactive Music Museum

Address: Calle Beatas, 15, 29008 Málaga, Spain

Reviews

Agnes .
4.4
Agnes .

Has a very interesting overview of instruments from different parts of the world. Sadly it was hard to concentrate and listen to the previews of the instruments when there were groups of children in the next room banging the instruments very loudly. Maybe it would be possible to soudproof these rooms a bit better. Overall if you have children it is worth a visit and better than the art museums in the area. I liked the Aztec whistles the most.

Graham Rainey
4.4
Graham Rainey

Great Interactive music museum. Pay a visit if you are near. Really interesting exhibition of historical instruments and great interactive experience. Also you can see part of the old moorish defence wall within the museum. Really well thought out place. Friendly staff.

Sonia Lee
4.4
Sonia Lee

A cool museum we found while walking around! Worth a stop if you have nothing else to do. They have some cool instruments/history inside. Interactive parts are okay, I liked the percussion room the best.

Tonatiuh Romero
4.4
Tonatiuh Romero

This is such a nice place to visit. If you get the tickets for the hop on /off bus it will include the entrance and the flamenco show. Check the dates as long as it is not every day. The museum is really interactive for children, they can play with a lot instruments.

Jan Pecl
4.4
Jan Pecl

I expected the museum to be more interactive. Two rooms with instruments to play is not very enjoyable. I expected broader possibility to play and try playing various instruments. The rest is behind glass or a rope. Majority of the exponats are then static and not interactive.

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