The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Phoenix, Arizona has a litany of awesome exhibits. However, you are a busy person! And there’s way too much to see in this museum already with over 6800 different instruments on display! (But that’s okay; that’s why I built my my heavily time-oriented Musical Instrument Museum tips article to help you better prepare for a visit. Read it after this one. Seriously.) With a museum so jam-packed with incredible artifacts, how do you decide what to see? In my humble opinion, there are seven must-see Musical Instrument Museum exhibits that you cannot miss. This brief overview will walk you through those exhibits in alphabetical order!
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