This museum, now in a new building, contains a collection of large instruments, including player, or automatic, pianos and organs and miniature and cinema pianos.
The museum's self-playing Wurlitzer organ, used to entertain cinema-goers in between films, is thought to be the last surviving example in Europe. Other musical instruments include the Phonoliszt Violina, that plays three violins at once, and the Mills Violino-Virtuoso, a combined automatic violin and piano.
There is an important collection of piano rolls of the playing of composers such as Rachmaninov, Debussy and Gershwin.
A number of musical boxes are also on show.