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The World Of Mechanical Music

Oak House, Northleach, GL54 3ET, United Kingdom | 01451860181 | Website

Venue Description

The World of Mechanical Music is a living museum of the extraordinary variety of self-playing musical instruments and automata which were the pride and joy of our Great Grandparents, and the only kind of "canned" musical entertainment available in the home before regular broadcasting started up in 1924. All the instruments are maintained in the most perfect possible order in our world-famous workshops on the premises, and introduced and played by our well informed guides in the form of a live entertainment.


Our entire exhibit is 100% mobility friendly, with wide door ways, gentle slopes and ramps to ease access and disabled toilet facilities. Due to the nature of our collection being very sound orientated we are also an excellent choice for visually impaired persons. We are situated in the town centre with cafes, bars and shops close by.

Accessibility Guide

Accessibility Guide Link: http://www.mechanicalmusic.co.uk

Accessible Performances

Our collection is presented in the form of live guided tours conducted by real people not electronic loops, as such this affords us the ability to adapt our show to suit any and all visitors no matter their disabilities.

Awards List

Trip Advisor Certificate of excellence winners 2013 & 2014 Members of Cotswold Tourism 2014


We offer a wide door disabled toilet with hand rails on site


None of our staff have specific skills, though all are experienced in helping visitors who need more assistance.

COVID Precautions

Information about COVID precautions has not been added for this venue.

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  • Audio Described
  • Audio Format
  • Carer Discount
  • Dedicated Seating
  • Disabled Access
  • Disabled Parking

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