Alfred Mirek museum «Russian Harmonica» is located 3 minutes from the metro station "Mayakovskaya" on the second floor of an office and appartment building. The museum consits of an entrance hall with a security officer, a shop, three rooms and some working spaces. In the first room, you will find antique harmonicas and primogenitor of harmonicas. In the second room, there is a concert hall where you can attend regularly concerts, and an exposition of modern bayans and accordions. In the middle hall, between the second and the third rooms, you will know about the founder of the museum - a collector of harmonicas Alfred Mirek. And, finally, there is a big exhibit of foreign accordions, harmonicas and even mouthorgans in the third room.
Contacts: (499) 251-67-30, (499) 251-72-89
Address: 125047, Moscow, the second Tverskaya-Yamskaya Street, 18, metro station "Mayakovskaya"
Entrance fee: 50 rubles for adults, 150 rubles for taking photos.
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