Amazing overview of world music via the instruments used to make it.
The site is large, the museum spacious and modern. The overall layout is well designed, by area, by genre, by instrument type. Each exhibit has its own fascinating details, and most are paired with a video (audio headset included with admission) allowing you to hear the music. It's a broad and deep survey of world music.
The fun sections include an antique mechanical player gallery, and a collection of famous instruments. Loved seeing Stevie Ray Vaughan's guitar, the drum set used by the Who at Woodstock, Pablo Cassal's cello... The list goes on.
Highly recommended for any musician or music lover. You could spend an entire day here.