Closed for renovations through the summer of 2017. The only Polish museum of professional and folk instruments, with over 2000 items from Poland and around the world. Combining music, history, and ethnography, it’s more interesting than it sounds. Three floors of exhibits include lutes dating back to the 15th century, a collection of 160 pianos illustrating the development of the instrument over the centuries, and a room of relics from the life of Frederic Chopin. Rounding off the exhibit is a collection of mechanical instruments: music boxes, barrel organs, juke boxes, player pianos, and gramophones.