Wurlitzer Pipe Organ


As you wander through CITY MUSEUM, listen for the reverberations of a Wurlitzer Pipe Organ. Recently restored, the organ’s sonorous tunes form a chorus with the CITY MUSEUM concerto of excited squeals, peals of laughter, and gasps of amazement.

Built in 1924 and originally housed in the Rivoli Theatre in New York, the organ found its way to CITY MUSEUM thanks to some very careful movers and dedicated restorers. Now operated by an electrical console and accompanied by the booming claps of percussion instruments, this organ resonates deep into the soul of the Enchanted Caves.
Our good friend Al from the St. Louis Theatre Organ Society maintains the the Organ for us. For more information on STLOS click here.

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