The Schubert Club, established in 1882, has for over 100 years served as the bastion of classical recital music in the Twin ... More
Schubert Club Museum of Musical Instruments
The Schubert Club, established in 1882, has for over 100 years served as the bastion of classical recital music in the Twin Cities. Musical instruments dating back 425 years, such as items in its keyboard collection, are elegantly displayed in posh style. The museum's exhibits include musical manuscripts and instruments from around the world (such as Song of India). A docent is on hand to guide your tour. Admission is free. Groups exceeding five people are encouraged to call in advance.
It's not the easiest to find, but it is amazing. My husband is a pianist, and he had a lovely time playing some of the instruments. I know little about music, but I found the old letters very interesting. Rice Park nearby is also worth strolling through.
Rice Park, a public square since 1849, serves as an outlet for anyone who needs to relax or downtown workers
who just want to eat lunch away from their desks. Make a wish in the giant fountain that dominates ...
This European style opera house is home to the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra , the Minnesota Orchestra, the Minnesota Opera
and the Schubert Club. The main theater, magnificent lobby and McKnight Theater are handsome with sleek wood paneling and ...
The Gibbs Museum of Pioneer and Dakotah Life compares the lives of Minnesota Pioneers with those of the Dakotah Indians
who lived in the region. Costumed interpreters give tours of the site, which includes a 19th Century farm house, ...
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