Royal College of Music Museum Free

Instruments at the Royal College of Music Museum. Photo: Phil Rowley. Image courtesy of RCM Museum.
Explore 500 years of musical history at the Royal College of Music Museum in South Kensington.

About

Discover a fascinating collection of musical instruments, paintings and objects in central London at the Royal College of Music Museum.

Highlights include the world’s earliest guitar, the earliest known stringed keyboard instrument known as the clavicytherium, and a collection of English viols. There are also more than 130 paintings on display including a series of portraits by German artist Milein Cosman and the first official portrait of singer Carlo Broschi, known on stage as Farinelli.

The museum hosts regular concerts, tours and workshops, and visitors get the chance to create their own music in the Weston Discovery Centre.

Prices

Child ticket Free
Family ticket Free
Concession ticket Free
Adult ticket Free

Venue Details & Map

Royal College of Music Museum

Address
Royal College of Music
Prince Consort Road
London
SW7 2BS
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7591 4300

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Free entry

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