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Exhibition presents collection of necked plucked chordophones - lutes from the whole World. On most of the instruments it is possible to play with a company of two fascinates. A place full of tones, printings, stories, melodies... Entry after...more
Our today's visit at the History Museum of Guitar was great! Mr Leszek is a very passionate person and he is sharing the knowledge about guitars from all over the world with such a big enthusiasm. For example we even played on a guitar made...More
The owner spent two hours with us telling us about the history and fabric of his collection, allowing us to play (at least attempt to). Incredibly interesting and our host was very knowledgeable, funny and accommodating. Couldn’t recommend more!
Found this place through TripAdvisor and we were delighted that we took the time to visit.
It was quick and easy to arrange a tour with the owner who was extremely proud of his collection and delighted to show us around, let us play the...More
I have never imagined that there are such many type of guitars in the world! The owner explained each historical and cultural ground in details and it was quite interesting. I want to visit again within a few years to see the additional collection!
I found out about the museum through a tripadvisor and I'm happy to visit it. It is really a special place where you can see different kinds of quitars and lutes from all around the world. The owner is a great quitar expert and he...More
It was easy to arrange the time for a private tour via Facebook message. The owner made the tour very interesting with his knowledge of evolution of the Instruments. There were different kinds of guitars and lutes from all around the world! We could have...More
Guitar History Museum is a very unique, really magic place created out of a real passion for guitar and playing! You can feel this love for music inside. Do not forget to insist on your guide to play for you!
What a gem! Even if you're not a musician this is worth visiting. It's not a typical 'museum'. You spend an hour or two being shown and told about some of the 80 or so stringed instruments and can even have a little play. The...More
If you are a guitar player, music lover, or interested in the history of the guitar, this is the place to visit!
For only $10 CAD PP, we had a personal tour which lasted almost 2 hours. The owner of the museum gave us the...More