The San Cecilia Hall Musical Instrument Museum is a very well-known musical instrument museum. The museum is divided into two major themes. One is the display of musical instruments. You can see pianos, saxophones, etc., as well as organs and other large musical instruments used in churches. A staff member demonstrated the maintenance of the violin on the spot, and the visitors felt very involved. It was pretty good~ I hope to see more of our famous classical instruments in this museum in the future!
The St. Cecilia Hall Musical Instrument Museum belongs to the University of Edinburgh. It is a small musical instrument exhibition hall. Although the space is not large, it contains many ancient musical instruments.
There is an impressive collection of keyboard instruments in the first two rooms of the Musical Instrument Museum of the San Cecilia Hall. Then there are various classical musical instruments in the room downstairs, and artists often combine them to perform. Very close to the Royal Mile.
Others include paintings and calligraphy exhibitions, Mediterranean style exhibitions, etc., because the venue is so big that you can’t feel it when there are many people.
You can bring your children or go to the exhibition by yourself. Quite educational. There are many exhibitions in it, it is worth seeing, it closes at 5 pm