A unique playing collection of mechanical (self-playing) musical instruments - ranging from reproducing pianos, musical boxes, Victorian hand-turned Organettes and the Mills Violano - (a rare coin operated, self playing violin with integral piano) to four large Belgian dance organs. The collection also includes two working theatre pipe organs.
The organ theatre opens at 2:00 pm on the 2nd Sunday of the month from March until November when all the working instruments are demonstrated and introduced with an informal descriptive commentary. Visitors can join at any time during the afternoon.
Parking available at the Organ theatre and nearby.
Party bookings and group visits also accepted by arrangement - coaches can be accommodated at the Organ theatre.
Our shop stocks a range of souvenirs, confectionery and cd recordings
Admission includes refreshments (served at 3:25 pm)
COME AND VISIT THIS FASCINATING HIDDEN GEM IN ST ALBANS!
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|February 17th||Keith Nichols|
|March 10th||Len Rawle|
|April 14th||Richard Hills|
|June 9th||Chris Stanbury|
|July 14th||David Ivory|
|September 8th||Keith Beckingham|
|March 9th||Phil Kelsall|
|April 13th||Howard Beaumont|
|May 11th||Chris Stanbury|
|June 8th||Richard Hills|
|July 13th||Len Rawle|
|August 10th||David Ivory|
|September 14th||Nichols, Keith|
|November 9th||Robert Wolfe|
|December 14th||Andrew Nix|
|November 14th||Robert Wolfe|
|December 12th||Chris Powell|