The Piano Museum is a public charity established in the year 2000. The collection numbers around 140 pianos and a dozen or so piano related items. We also have a small collection of tools, books, action models and literature related to the piano industry. The collection is always evolving as new finds come along and some duplicates are retired from the collection.
Please have a look at the pictures and descriptions. These are often updated, so check back from time to time to see what's new. Eventually, I hope to write a history of the piano construction with commentary and links showing what developments are represented by the collection.
On occasion we rent out some of the pianos, for use, as in the case of some of the concert grands or for events where a period instrument is needed. We also can handle restorations.
If you have a special interest in any particular piano, we can send more pictures or details. About 50 of the pianos are on display at any given time, but if you would like to visit one that is not out, we can make it happen with enough lead time.
Please consider donating to the museum. Every dollar is greatly appreciated and goes fully to fund the effort of keeping these pianos. We do accept pianos as donations, as well, but there are conditions, so write to ask about those, should you have a piano you want to give away.
Thanks for visiting and have a great day,
Curator, The Piano Museum