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- Aboriginal Didgeridoo Cultural Hub | iDIDJ Australia - Collection of historic and important didgeridoos of varying vintage and geographic origins.
- America's Shrine to Music Museum - At the University of South Dakota, this collection includes instruments from virtually all cultures and historical periods.
- Cobbe Collection, The - Surrey, England: Collection of historic keyboard instruments with composer connections. Recital programme.
- Empire State Theatre and Musical Instrument Museum - Syracuse, New York; features a working Wurlitzer theater organ: includes location and membership information.
- Finchcocks Living Museum of Music - Keyboard instruments from 18th and 19th centuries, chamber organs, harpsichords, virginals, spinets and clavichords.
- Instrument Encyclopedia - Stearns Collection - Musical instruments from around the world including over 140 artifacts from the Stearns Collection at the University of Michigan.
- Mandolin Melodies Museum - Nagoya, Japan; exhibits instruments and recordings from around the world.
- Moeginomura Museum Hall of Halls - Collects and exhibits automatic musical instruments, antique music boxes and traditional Japanese tableware. Located in Kiyosato, Japan.
- Music House Museum - (Acme, MI: near Traverse City) preserves and restores mechanical musical instruments.
- Musikhistorisk Museum - The Museum of Musical Instruments in Copenhagen. Information in English and Danish.
- Smithsonian Magazine: It?s a Wurlitzer - Article about a theatre organ on display.
- The Musical Museum - London, England: Describes it collection of automatic mechanical musical instruments; activities; volunteer opportunities; and links.
- Ukulele Hall of Fame Museum - Describes ukulele history: includes events, artists, membership information, and online shop.
- Whittaker's Musical Museum - (Waiheke Island, New Zealand) Displays and demonstrates instruments from the last 400 years.
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