ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC

MUSEUM OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

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2 Prince Consort Road, SW7 Bayswater, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, United Kingdom

Local level recommended in London, United Kingdom

Music Collection

The Royal College of Music was founded in 1882 by George Grove, who compiled the famous 'Dictionary of Music'. Since 1894 the Royal College of Music has been housed in this Gothic palace created by Sir Arthur Blomfield. The Museum of Musical Instruments is only open one afternoon a week in term time,but worth a visit as it has more than 600 instruments from the 15th century to the present day and from many parts of the world.

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ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC

2 Prince Consort Road
SW7 Bayswater,
District: CITY OF WESTMINSTER, United Kingdom

Tel: +44(0)20 7589 3643

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ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC, 2 Prince Consort Road, SW7 Bayswater, District: CITY OF WESTMINSTER, United Kingdom

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