Visitors will be entertained by the wonderful melodies of the world's largest and most complete collection of music; exhibits include a 30-foot Belgium dance organ, plus tunes from Hurdy Gurdies, Calliopes, disc and cylinder music boxes. More than 2000 different music pieces are displayed, many featuring beautiful European and American cabinetwork; guided tours of The Great Music Hall are scheduled every hour.
The Museum also offers a Classic and Antique Automobile tour which includes four personal cars used by circus baron John Ringling, valued at $200,000. Over 120 cars make up the collection, some familiar, like Rolls Royce, Pierce Arrow, Auburn and Stutz; other not-so-familiar models include the Carter, Marion, Doris, Waverly and Templar. Other exhibits bring back the days of the penny arcade, where you can pull the handle of a 1932 one-armed bandit, and a 1927 World Series game.