(Waiheke Island, New Zealand) Displays and demonstrates instruments from the last 400 years.
(Acme, MI: near Traverse City) preserves and restores mechanical musical instruments.
Collects and exhibits automatic musical instruments, antique music boxes and traditional Japanese tableware. Located in Kiyosato, Japan.
Kent, UK: Keyboard instruments from 18th and 19th centuries, chamber organs, harpsichords, virginals, spinets and clavichords.
At the University of South Dakota, this collection includes instruments from virtually all cultures and historical periods.
Describes ukulele history: includes events, artists, membership information, and online shop.
The Museum of Musical Instruments in Copenhagen. Information in English and Danish.
Nagoya, Japan; exhibits instruments and recordings from around the world.
Musical instruments from around the world including over 140 artifacts from the Stearns Collection at the University of Michigan.
Syracuse, New York; features a working Wurlitzer theater organ: includes location and membership information.