The Musical Museum Has Reopened

Two welcome back concerts over the bank holiday weekend

The Musical Museum welcomes you back with open arms
The Musical Museum welcomes you back with open arms


The Musical Museum

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he Musical Museum in Brentford has reopened to the public after the ending of coronavirus restrictions that required its closure.

It is open on Friday 28, Saturday 29, Sunday 30 and Bank Holiday Monday 31 May for visits with guided tours.

There will also be two welcome back concerts over the Bank Holiday Weekend with Richard Hill at the Wurlitzer on Saturday 29 May at 6pm - click here to buy tickets - and Donald MacKenzie with guests on Sunday at 30 May at 3pm - click here to buy tickets.

The concerts will be streamed online with limited live audience tickets available so booking in advance essential and Covid restrictions apply.

Guided tours will take place in the morning from 10.30am- 12.30pm with a two hour visit with guided tour starting at 11am and in the afternoon from 1.30pm -3.30pm with a two hour visit with guided tour at 2pm.

These cost £12 for adults, £10 for concessions and £5 for children (5 to 16 years). A family ticket for two adults and up to 3 children costs £26.

Guided tours must be booked in advance - click here.

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May 28, 2021

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