Also known as the MIMMA, it is in the city centre and located between two walls from the 12th and 17th centuries in the Marina Wall Squarel. In most museums you are prohibited from touching the objects, but the Interactive Music Museum (with more than 400 instruments from around the world), lets your touch the instruments in certain zones. This museum of instrumental wonders is quite a novelty. The instruments are set out in 11 rooms, showing the evolution of music: origins of sound, sound physics, musical chronology and world music, experience and sensations, ethnomusicology, Andalucían music, percussion, wind, string, electronic instruments and finally the room of mechanical music and recorded sound. The museum offers musical education activities at the weekend for children. General admission costs €3.
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