Museum of Making Music - Carlsbad, San Diego, CA in Pics

As we were leaving the Museum of Making Music, a dad who was headed there with his wife and three young children asked, "So is it worth it?"

I understand his reservations because it's located in an office building located within an office complex and doesn't look like much from the outside. As a matter of fact, it's not all that big on the inside, either. And anytime you take the whole family out for any kind of fun that isn't free, the expenses start to add up quick.

But if you consider that general admission for adults is $8, kids $5, and little ones under 5 free, and you can get at least a good hour's worth of musical exploration, some of it even hands-on, and possibly even inspire your kids to want to learn to make music, yeah - it's totally worth it. And the people who volunteer there are so nice and welcoming.

It's also right around the corner from Legoland, so if you're staying in the area, this is a nice, low-key activity to follow up a crazy day at the amusement park. :)

Izz fell in love with cymbals that day. ;)

Mads and StepDean making music.

I always turn into a huge groupie whenever Dean plays
just about anything. :)
Daddy - Izzy coloring time. ;)

Happy music making,


5790 Armada Drive
Carlsbad, CA 92008



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