This might be painful to get through for the pun averse, but bEAR with us. We’re not trying to harp on you, but the Musical Instrument Museum is certainly a can’t miss.
After receiving headphones at the ticket counter, guests should take note of the floor plan featuring four levels of musical instruments. The earphones are no treble to use; numbers on the floor indicate what to punch in to hear songs from each instrument. Even though it may seem strange to stand around a room full of silent people looking at everything from pianos to Ukrainian banduras to wind-up music boxes, you’ll be trumpeting your praises of this museum from the rooftops. Plus, the €6 youth price will be music to your ears.
Rue Montagne de la Cour 2; 25 45 01 30; www.mim.be; open Tu-F 9:30am-5pm, Sa-Su 10am-5pm
Admission €8, €6 student; wheelchair accessible