St Albans Organ Theatre

St Albans Organ Theatre

The Organ Theatre contains a unique collection of mechanical (self-playing) musical instruments that the museum founder, Mr Charles Hart, began collecting nearly half a century ago. That magical musical atmosphere that has been lost and forgotten in today's digital age. A permanent playing collection of rare mechanical musical instruments, dance organs, player pianos and theatre pipe organs. Live performances are given, together with a commentary.

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.  
No animals except guide dogs. Access for wheelchairs.

Special reductions for large groups wanting to attend the Sunday openings, but only by prior arrangement.

Opening hours Open 2pm to 4.30pm for Musical Sunday Afternoons every 2nd Sunday of the month March to November

Concerts given monthly, please visit the Organ Theatre website for details. 

Organised groups welcome at other times by arrangement.
Awards St Albans Musical Museum Society (SAMMS), otherwise known as St Albans Organ Theatre, has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS). The award is the highest accolade that can be bestowed on a charitable organisation and recognises the extensive amount of voluntary work at St Albans Organ Theatre, which provides an exceptional service to the local community.

St Albans Organ Theatre has been entertaining visitors for 40 years offering concerts on theatre organs and musical tours of the mechanical collection as well as bringing together many different groups of people from the local community to enjoy the theatre.
Address and contact details
320 Camp Road, St Albans
Postcode: AL1 5PE
Tel: +44(0) 3003 65 65 65 (information and booking line)

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