Coventry Music MuseumPlaces to Visit
- All the family
- Under 5s
- School age
The Coventry Music Museum (CMM) is the life-long vision of Coventry Music Historian and Journalist Pete Chambers and his wife Julie. Pete and Julie quite happily give up four days of their week, to work for free, to promote Coventry and Warwickshire music.
Coventry Music Museum
It is a small but perfectly formed museum, with a big heart. There’s lots to see and to do, including activities to interest and delight younger visitors, and a studio in which visitors can try their hand (and ears) at composing and music-making.
The permanent exhibitions consist of:
- New Millennium Sounds
- Into the 90's
- The Rude Boy's Bedroom
- The 2-Tone Sound - Made in Coventry
- The 60's Sound Booth
- The 70's & 80's
- Acorns for Peace
- T.E Dunville
- Delia Derbyshire's Tape Recorder
Don't miss the newest attraction - Sit in the actual Ghost Town Car as seen in the number one hit video by The Specials!
The museum brings visitors to the area from the West Midlands, all over Britain and the world, and of course Coventry and Warwickshire!
Find out about tickets and booking here.
Parking at Coventry Music Museum
The museum can be found in the Stoke, Ball Hill area of Coventry, Walsgrave Road, CV2 4ED in the 2-Tone Village. It is at the rear of the main shops on Walsgrave Road.
On-street parking is available, or there is a Pay & Display car park a short walk away.
|Thursday||10:00 - 16:00|
|Friday||10:00 - 16:00|
|Saturday||10:00 - 16:00|
|Sunday||10:00 - 15:00|