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This is a part of the Landesmuseum, featuring a collection of historical musical instruments - some very old, others unique (such as a piano with two keyboards). Occasionally, it offers concerts, often using some of the instruments in the collection.
Our recent trip to Stuttgart brought us to this awesome museum of musical instruments. It’s free admission (donations accepted) makes it attractive for families.
In addition to seeing these beautiful instruments, there is an upstairs floor of hands-on, interactive musical instruments for children and adults...More
Housed in a historical building right off the Schillerplatz this is a must see for the music buff. Veri inexpensive and informative. Traces history of the piano and other instruments. Kids seem to like it too. Concerts every Friday at 1230. Closed Monday
This easily overlooked building called Fruchtkasten is part of the Landesmuseum Württemberg (museums of Württemberg). It hosts a free museum of music instruments - donations are encouraged. With old pianos like this one. The building is historical as well, and its history is told on...More