St Albans Organ Theatre

St Albans Organ Theatre
St Albans Organ Museum
320 Camp Road
St Albans
Hertfordshire
AL1 5PE
England

Website

www.stalbansorgantheatre.org.uk

E-mail

info@stalbansorgantheatre.org.uk

Telephone

General information

(01727) 873 896

Concert information

(01727) 869 693

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Remember the good old days? That magical musical atmosphere
that has been lost and forgotten in today's digital age. See and hear the fascinating world of mechanical musical instruments at St Albans Organ Theatre.

The Theatre is open to the public every Sunday from 2.15pm till 4.30pm during which time there is a live, continuous musical performance of the various instruments, given with a descriptive commentary. Doors open at 2pm.

Visitors are welcome to attend at any time during the performance. Please note that a demonstration of the theatre organs on every Sunday is not always possible. We also reserve the right to exclude any instrument from the Sunday performance at short notice for maintenance.

Venue Type:

Museum

Opening hours

The Museum is open to the public every Sunday from 2pm till 4:30pm during which time there is a live musical performance of the various instruments, given with a descriptive commentary.
Organised groups are welcomed at other times by arrangement, evenings preferred except Tuesday. For full information telephone 01727 768652.

Admission charges

Admission charges are nominal with concession rates.

Additional info

No animals except Guide dogs.
Access for wheelchairs.
Location of the Museum is approx. 2 miles from the
St. Albans City Centre at 320 Camp Road, entrance adjacent to telephone box. Car parking available.

The Museum currently has two theatre organs, four cafe organs worked by punch-card and numerous other instruments including music boxes and a self playing violin.

Collection details

Music

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