Visit the Musee de la Musique


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Over 1,000 Instruments and Art Pieces

The Musee de la Musique houses over 1,000 instruments and art pieces representing 500 years of musical heritage. The creative set design and lively sound make for an unforgettable tour!

Four Reasons to Visit the Musee de la Musique

The museum is original. The Musee de la musique is a real cabinet of curiosities, filled with rare and unusual instruments such as the turtle guitar or the crystal flute. The museum is also a unique opportunity to see Django Reinhardt's guitar, Chopin's piano, or a superb collection of Stradivari violins.

The museum is for listening. Musicians on site bring centuries of music to life with daily free concerts.

The museum is modern. The Museum honors avant-garde creations with a space dedicated to World music and 20th century art music.

The museum is for families. Admission is free for people under the age of 26. Children will be delighted with an audio tour designed specifically for those under the age of 12, and a game booklet distributed at the entrance. Discovering music has never been more fun!


Philharmonie de Paris Musée de la Musique - Philharmonie 2 221, avenue Jean-Jaures 75019 Paris


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