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“The only piano museum in China”

Xiamen Piano Museum
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Private Day Tour of Relaxed Xiamen City: Amoy Circular Road, Gulangyu Island...
Ranked #6 of 263 things to do in Xiamen
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Reviewed 31 March 2017

We were in Gulangyu Island with a group and our entrance ticket covers the Piano Museum in Shuzhuang Garden. This is the only museum in China which is dedicated solely to pianos.
The antique pianos were collected by Hu Youyi, an overseas Chinese who was born on the Gulangyu Island. He donated his vast collection of pianos to the government and the museum was opened to the public on 22nd December, 2001.
There's an impressive collection of old pianos that are more than 100 years old in this museum. We saw various shapes and sizes of the pianos, from the smallest to the biggest, that were crafted from all over the world!
A must-see place for music lovers and pianists!

Thank lindasllim
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Reviewed 5 February 2017

I'm a pianist, so I'm already biased about the subject matter. But this motley collection of pianos is really quite amazing, especially in China. So many old European pianos came to rest in Gulangyu!

Thank haohuangpianist
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Reviewed 20 July 2016

This is a place where you could see almost a 100 different pianos collection. From a weird shape to the smallest piano, from ordinary to a grand piano.

Recommended for those who played the piano.

Thank Noel Y
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Reviewed 23 June 2016

Located within the Shuzhuang Garden, this museum is housed in two buildings. There are about 200 pianos with more than 40 ancient ones from around the world on display. here. No photography and no touching is allowed here. There is a charge of 30 yuan for visiting the garden as well as the museum. A must for piano and music enthusiasts while for others it might prove boring.

Thank nellielim
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Reviewed 18 June 2016

great pianos from around the world...and the great piano artists that played them.Not sure how they landed here, but a good way to spend 30-minutes..

Thank Bayouexec
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