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SEE AND HEAR THE MIGHTY WURLITZER

Paul Corin says that he intends to re-open to the public from the end of May 2016 on Sundays... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2016
Martin T
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Ottery St. Mary, United Kingdom
Magnificent

Whether mechanically minded, musically inclined or just generally interested in history and... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2012
Springle21
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9 Mar 2017
“Magnificent Music Machines !!”
31 Jul 2016
“A very absorbing visit”
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Opened in 1967 Magnificent Music Machines was for over 40 years a World famous collection of Mechanical Music. Paul Corin closed his Museum in 2012. Paul still carries on with his business of the restoration of player pianos and organs, but has now...more
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Mill House | St Keyne Station, Liskeard PL14 4SH, England
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Reviewed 6 June 2012

The owner (Paul Corrin?)is bonkers. Factor in a few wurlitzers and fairground organs and it's completely brilliant.

5  Thank lindarocks
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Reviewed 14 August 2013

After spending a couple of hours trying to find this ‘attraction’ (the main access roads in the area were closed because of roadworks) we eventually stumbled across the attraction. We parked the car and crossed the road. All appeared to be derelict. What a waste...More

4  Thank DrivingLessons
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Reviewed 9 March 2017

.....Well Neither of Us found this to be Very Magnificent at All !! After Driving around Trying to Find Our way through Country Lanes We Finaly managed to find the Place Out in the Wilds of Beyond in the Middle of Nowhere !!......The little Hamlet...More

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Eric C, Owner at Magnificent Music Machines, responded to this reviewResponded 11 March 2017

All my leaflets and publicity for the last more than forty years have stated that we have never been open at this time of year .I talked to Marina Minni H and told her that I would be open in the Summer and of my...More

Reviewed 31 July 2016

I have posted the re-opening details on the fgw coffee shop forum in the hope that Paul and the Looe line gets hordes of visitors this summer !

5  Thank 653philipb
Reviewed 15 May 2016

Paul Corin says that he intends to re-open to the public from the end of May 2016 on Sundays through to Thursdays from 11.00am to 4.00pm for the summer period – but you might like to get in touch first as it would be disappointing...More

1  Thank Martin T
Reviewed 1 October 2014

Sadly, this attraction was closed down in 2012, as mentioned in Denzilpenberty's review, which I fortunately read before making the trip to visit.

2  Thank Barry C
Reviewed 20 August 2013

Why don't people read reviews BEFORE visits? Reviewed 21 September 2012 Don't miss this opportunity!” We had the most excellent time at Paul Corin's museum. I was shocked to hear that he will be closing for good at the end of October this year. Nuf...More

5  Thank Denzilpemberthy
Reviewed 14 August 2013

After spending a couple of hours trying to find this ‘attraction’ (the main access roads in the area were closed because of roadworks) we eventually stumbled across the attraction. We parked the car and crossed the road. All appeared to be derelict. What a waste...More

4  Thank DrivingLessons
Reviewed 26 September 2012 via mobile

The player pianos and Wurlitzer organ are of course wonderful in their own right, but what really makes the experience is Paul's enthusiasm and expertise - he clearly loves what he does. Not only does he own a fabulous collection, but he also repairs and...More

1  Thank UkHolidaygirl2009
Reviewed 21 September 2012

We had the most excellent time at Paul Corin's museum. I was shocked to hear that he will be closing for good at the end of October this year. I urge you to visit before he closes as it is a real gem. Paul is...More

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Reviewed 10 August 2012

I had a wonderful trip to Paul Corins magnificent music machines. Paul himself was very knowledgable, fascinating and infectious in sharing his love for his music machines. I would highly recommend this tourist attraction as one of Cornwall's hidden gems.

Thank Kirsty G
Reviewed 12 July 2012

Whether mechanically minded, musically inclined or just generally interested in history and innovation, a visit to Paul Corin's Magnificent Music Machines will prove well worthwhile. I found Paul himself to hold, an honest love of his subject, an in-depth knowledge, as well as an endearingly...More

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Response from Eric C | Property representative |
The Museum closed in 2012 , but after being on Television with Paul Merton in 2016, I decided to open sometimes in the Summer months, I restore Player Pianos and Theatre Organs, we still have the 1929 Wurlitzer Theatre Organ... More
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