|Store Type |||Music, Music Services|
|Getting There |||Queen or Spadina streetcar|
|Cross Street |||Richmond Street and Spadina Ave.|
Profile Last Updated: October 23, 2008
Part museum, part gallery, and part retail store, Musideum is the hub for everything that is unusual or interesting about music. The store operates under the principle that nothing is too weird or strange, and strives to be the place that carries only items you can’t find anywhere else. The store is an interactive environment, where customers can play and experience the instruments, and aims to not only sell them, but to promote and celebrate different sounds from around the world
Gifts for the Music Lover
Even if you’re not in the market for a rare instrument, Musideum is an ideal place to shop for gifts for the music lover on your list. The store has an impressive collection of hard to find CDs and scores, as well as music-related artwork and fine art cards. There are also a selection of fun and affordable instruments like nose flutes, jaw harps, and kazoos.
Instruments from Around the World
Instruments come to Musideum from places all over the world, including Finland, Peru, China, Australia, and parts of Northern Canada. Professionals who specialize in these instruments help select the brands and types, and they are fully guaranteed to play properly. If you need some help learning how to play your new instrument, Musideum can also set you up with a teacher.