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Hours & Directions
within easy walking distance of libraries, other museums, and the
University’s undergraduate admissions office.
Admission to the Collection is free.
Cash contributions are gladly accepted to further the museum’s educational programs, concert series, and ongoing exhibits.
Collection of Musical Instruments
15 Hillhouse Avenue
New Haven Connecticut 06511
The Collection is 10 minutes by taxi from the New Haven train station and 15 minutes by taxi from Tweed-New Haven airport.
I-95 (Connecticut Turnpike) to I-91 to Exit 3 (Trumbull Street). Left at second set of lights onto Temple Street. First right onto Grove Street. First right again onto Hillhouse Avenue. The Collection is the second building past St. Mary’s Church (on the right).
Public Visiting Hours
The museum’s home at 15 Hillhouse Avenue is currently undergoing renovation. As a consequence, the Collection of Musical Instruments will be closed from May 2019 until January 2020.
Short term (metered) parking is available on the street.
Longer term parking may be found at several commercial garages within three or four blocks of the museum.