National Music Museum

The Carnegie Building & Lillibridge Wing

Located on the campus of The University of South Dakota, our main facility houses our exhibitions, events, classrooms, and more. 

Our Facilities

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The Janet L. Wanzek Performance Hall

A part of the new Lillibridge Wing at the National Music Museum, the Janet L. Wanzek Performance Hall is an intimate, state-of-the-art venue for concerts, lectures, meetings, and more. 

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The Groves Gallery for Special Exhibitions

A part of the new Lillibridge Wing at the National Music Museum, the Groves Gallery for Special Exhibitions is a beautiful space to showcase unique displays of artifacts from the NMM and beyond. 

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If you are interested in using the Janet L. Wanzek Performance Hall or the Groves Gallery for Special Exhibitions, reach out and learn about our availability for events, exhibitions, and more!

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The Carnegie Building & Lillibridge Wing

The Groves Gallery for Special Exhibitions

The Janet L. Wanzek Performance Hall

The Center for Preservation & Research

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The Center for Preservation and Research​

The National Music Museum’s new Center for Preservation and Research (CPR) is the result of a partnership between NMM and the Vermillion Chamber and Development Corporation (VCDC), a state-of-the-art preservation center was completed in the summer of 2019. 

 

This facility contains 23,000 square feet of space where our collections are studied, stored, and conserved. In addition to the environmentally controlled secure-storage rooms, the CPR also provides space for conservation work, light construction, hands-on research, group meetings, and houses a comprehensive imaging studio that can be used to fully document our collections.