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The Music Museum of Bologna is home to the nine rooms of the exhibition, which illustrate about six centuries of the history of European music. There are over one hundred paintings of famous people from the music world, which are a part of the...more
A small piece of Bologna's history as a music capital. Many interesting artifacts in here including original autographed manuscript of the Barber of Seville. Very interesting for a music lover, and worth a brief visit.
We spent a good two hours touring this lovely museum. The exhibits are very well displayed and the English audio guide was excellent, especially the short music clips to expand on the information provided. Very well worth our time.
I went to this museum because I am a musician, but was not expecting it to be as wonderful as it is.
Audio guide is wonderful - a must
Staff very nice and helpful
This superb collection of instruments, scores and art work gives a snapshot of Bologna’s important contribution to music. Although I had to negotiate around three groups, it was a delightful break from wandering around this amazing city. All the staff were very helpful and the...More
Maybe not the normal museum I would go but having read small review in a national newspaper my wife and I ventured in. Inside you will find a fine collection of old musical instruments dating back from the 17th century. Perhaps more impressive is the...More
A beautiful and interesting museum in an amazing building. This looks like a museum that has been developed with love and enthusiasm. The exhibits are unusual and fascinating, beautifully presented in a fantastic building. Also the loos are really nice ! Always a plus. We...More
As a professional musician with musical daughters, this was going to be a must but it exceeded my expectations by some way. The collection here is well presented and engaging with many instruments that I've never seen before. Really good staff too, very welcoming and...More
We visited in March to be welcomed by courteous staff and ushered into one of the best specialist museums we had ever seen. From the history of the collection to the exhibits of instruments, musical manuscripts and composers' portraits, everything is well set out. The...More
This is near the Towers in Bologna. It is housed in an historic, grand building. They offer an audio guide for 4 euros in addition to the entry cost of 5 euros. Worth it though to get a real insight into the exhibition. The exhibits...More