Tour the NMM and Center for Preservation and Research
Take a closer look at the NMM’s progress and planned exhibitions during a series of open house events to be held at the National Music Museum and the Museum’s offsite Center for Preservation and Research this spring.
Staff will be on-hand to answer questions and walk guests through the facilities, providing insight and information on the ongoing exhibition renovations in the NMM’s original Carnegie building following our NMM Live! concerts on the following Fridays:
· Friday, March 11, 1-4 pm
· Sunday, April 10, 1-4 pm
· Friday, May 20, 1-4 pm
The Center for Preservation and Research, located at 1225 Carr St. (next to Polaris on Highway 50), will be open for public tours on the following dates:
· Saturday, April 16, 9am-1pm
· Sunday, July 24, Noon- 4pm
This program is free of cost for NMM Members!
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL
If you are a person with a disability and need a special accommodation to fully participate, please contact Disability Services at least 48 hours before an event. Students and the public can contact Disability Services at 605-658-3745 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Faculty and staff should contact Human Resources at 605-658-3660.
Saturday, April 16, 2022 at 2:00:00 PM UTC
NMM | Center for Preservation & Research Open House!
A live stream of this concert will be available to watch for free on our website. Please visit the NMM Live Video page to tune in if you cannot join us in person!
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
FIRST-FLOOR GALLERIES NOW OPEN!
Our brand new first-floor galleries are officially OPEN! The wait is finally over - come see the NEW NMM. Information on the galleries, hours, and more can be found on the VISIT & LEARN and EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS pages!
Our regular hours are fully in place - stop by between 10 and 4, Tuesday to Friday, or between 12 and 4 on Saturdays, to see our seven new galleries, concerts, events, and more!
The Jason & Betsy Groves Special Exhibitions Gallery is currently CLOSED in preparation for our upcoming special exhibition HIGH STRUNG: FIVE CENTURIES OF STRINGED KEYBOARD INSTRUMENTS