Schubert Club Music MuseumSecond Floor Of Landmark Center
75 W 5th Street
St Paul, MN 55102
Located at 5th & Market in downtown Saint Paul, opposite Rice Park, and kitty-corner from Ordway Center.Get Directions
The newly designed Schubert Club Music Museum is on the second floor of Landmark Center. Visitors can explore, discover and create music, as they interact with instruments from across the world. Experience Schubert Club's Keyboard Collection through sight and sound. Delve into the stories of those inventors, composers and performers associated with the keyboard instruments through the Gilman Ordway Manuscript collection. The Schubert Club Museum of Musical Instruments is a must-see for anyone interested in music history.
The museum is run by the Schubert Club, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting music. Occasionally, the club organizes events where local musicians play live music within the museum.
The redesigned Schubert Club Music Museum will be open to the public starting June 10, 2021. New hours will be: Wed 12-4, Thurs 12-7, Fri 12-4 and Sunday 12-4.
Admission is free and open to all.
We ask for visitors’ cooperation in maintaining a safe distance and adhering to our efforts to make all visits as safe as possible. Please stay home if you’re not feeling well. Visitors who endanger the health and safety of others in the museum will be asked to leave.
Face coverings are REQUIRED in Landmark Center and the Music Museum for all visitors 5 years of age and older. Masks will be available for any visitors as needed.
NO food or beverage is allowed in exhibit areas.
Our interactive exhibit components will continue to be available with extra protective measures in place (see http://schubert.org/museum for specifics).
Hours & Dates
- Wednesday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
- Thursday: 12:00pm - 7:00pm
- Friday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
- Sunday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Museum admission is free and open to all.
- Accessible to disabled
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 22 reviews
How many places do you know that you can play a keyboard Liszt played on and see a letter written by Mozart? There are a few hands on areas that they let people of all ages try out the different...
— korepeterson, December 9, 2018
Our grand children were delighted when we took them to the Schubert Club museum on the second floor of the landmark center. Antique and interesting instruments of various types. The kids study piano...
— Arjun S, June 18, 2018
This museum is small, free and if you love pianos a definite to do. They have many other instruments including a Asian drum set that is large and impressive. Some of the piano's are allowed to be...
— Steven D, February 28, 2018
Went on a family outing here. None of us are especially musical, but it was interesting and worth a quick visit. Some instruments you can play and others you can't. It was a fun short visit.
— ffsadventurer, March 30, 2017
What a wonderful exhibit with incredibly helpful and friendly staff. Very nice collection of instruments located in an historic building. Well worth time to visit.
— Suz1884, September 28, 2016