The MIM has an internationally-recognised collection of exceptional musical instruments of international acclaim, as well as a wide range of activities in connection with the collection, they also want to reach a large and diversified audience in Belgium and abroad. It shows a broad panorama of ancient, modern, popular and traditional music.Installed on four floors, the mim offers a wide range of instruments of all eras and from the whole world. The extraordinary collections and the 7.000 instruments make the museum's international reputation. First floor So, the whole floor presents savant music. You'll discover that the violin might be prestigious today but it hasn't always been the case, it was actually despised in the beginning. Second floor However, the traditional and more popular music are arranged in a geographical course starting with Belgium. In this room, you'll go around the world, from China to Africa, as well as Mexico. Third floor The mechanical instruments have their own room. You can't miss the immense componium, maybe unique in the world. Fourth Floor Finally, the last floor is devoted to the keyboard and string instruments. The mim's reputation on this subject has nothing to envy other museum (the museum owns some of the world's oldest models). And... Before leaving this floor, don't forget to stop by the room of mirrors, where some of our most remarkables pieces stand proudly... Price - 4 to 5 euros (free for children -13 years old)
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