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Voices from the Past Inspiring the Future

Plan Your Visit

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Music Makers Museum explores how music history and American culture are intertwined, each influencing the other.
Through artifacts, like phonographs, jukebox and early vinyl record players, and stories of inventors and performers, the timeline of  music genres and interactive exhibits, visitors can explore music from many different perspectives and have fun too.


To continue to meet its mission of preservation, education and inspiration, Music Makers Museum suggest a donation for admission.

Suggested Donations  

$10.00  Per Person

Thank you for your support! 


Schedule a visit and discover the music and beauty of Southeastern Ohio.

Music Makers Museum has hand sanitizer and masks available.

Average visits take about 1 and 1/2  hours. The minimum time visitors have spent was 30 minutes and the maximum time visitors spent was 3 hours.
It all depends on how much you like to read and talk. 

Read what Ohio Traveler says about Music Makers Museum, click here.


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Music Makers Museum is
open by scheduled appointments
April - November. 

Please call ahead
at least one week in advance
to schedule your visit.


2024 Season
Open for Walk-In Visits
Saturday10 AM to 4 PM 

April 6

May 4  & May 25

June 1

July 6

August 10

September 21

October 19

November 9

Get a sneak peak of the

the exhibition

"How'd We Get Here?"

by following us on Facebook 
to watch videos created from the collections.



*Please, check back for updates.


Schedule A Visit


Music Makers Museum is open by scheduled visits. Bring your date, your grandchildren or your small group
to explore the exhibition
"How'd We Get Here?" 

The exhibition is interactive and family friendly. Click video link to see one family's experience.


Family Experience Video


Area Attractions:
Enjoy Music

Explore Nature 

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* Hillsboro, Ohio is known for the popular country music entertainment during the annual Festival of the Bells
held July 4 weekend.

* Enjoy a show at the Paxton Theater, the oldest continuous running  country music show in Ohio or live music at Greenfield's Wheels of Progress Festival in July.

* Explore the scenic beauty at the Arc of Appalachia and  
three near by state parks.

For additional information on events,  things to do  and places to stay check:


Highland County Tourism

Ross County Tourism 

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