A Virtual Street of Phonograph Related Museums


Select a Museum gallery below or use the PhonoAvenue Table of Contents.


Thomas Edison National Historical Park, West Orange, NJ


Johnson Victrola Museum, Dover, NJ


PhonoGalerie, Paris, France


Museum of Sound Discovery, Saint-Fargeau, France


The Music House Museum, Traverse City, MI


Pioneer Village, Minden, NE


Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C.


Charmsori Gramophone & Edison Science Museum, Gangneung, South Korea


Edison and Ford winter Estates, Fort Meyers, FL


Museum of Automated Musical Instruments , Hyogo-ken, Japan



Norsk Teknisk Museum, Oslo, Norway




Deutsches Phonomuseum, Baden-Württemberg, Germany


Kanazawa, Ishikawa Japan


Grammophonicum Museum, Bregenz, Austria


The Stagecoach Inn Museum, Newbury Park, CA


The Sanfilippo, Barrington, IL


National Museum of Scotland, Ediburgh, Scotland


Riverside Museum, Glasgow, Scotland



Musical Instrument Museum (MIM), Phoenix, AZ


The Edison Museum, Beaumont, TX


Thomas Edison Butchertown House, Louisville, KY


Mississippi State University Library, Starkville, MS


National Museum of African American Music, Nashville, TN




The Riverdale Science Museum, Riverdale, USA


Nashville Musicians Hall of Fame Museum, Nashville, TN



The Grammy's Museum, Los Angeles, CA


Phonopassion, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany


Fort Wallace Museum, Wallace, KS


The Phonograph Museum, Lushunkou, Dalian China


For the record: Emil Berliner and the gramophone

A virtual exhibition by the Museumsstiftung Post und Telekommunikation.



RCA Studio B, Nashville, TN


Woodstock Music Festival Museum, Bethel, NY


Nashville Musicians Hall of Fame Museum


Music Makers Museum, Hillsboro, Ohio


Museum Collection Moscow, Russia


Donley's Wild West Town, Union, IL



Dougherty Museum, Longmont, CO





Edison Phonograph Museum, Mount Pleasant, TX - Closed


Virtual tour of the Edison National Historical Park Laboratory Complex




1908 C. B. Haynes & Co., Richmond, Virginia


Edison Phonograph Records Sign (perhaps being sold out of the house), undivided postcard, Morgantown, PA, c. 1902


Interior of Phonograph Store c. 1905, Northampton, Mass.


Interior Phonograph Store c. 1908


Unknown Store frontage with Edison signage c.1907


Inside Eckman Music Store, Jamestown, NY, c. 1910 (RPPC courtesy The Postcard Dude).


Thompson's RCA Victor Store, Eugene, Oregon c.1950s





Phonograph On-Line Collections


PhonoExhibits - Temporary Phonograph Exhibits


Phono-Sightings - Phonographs in non-phonograph specific displays (random sightings WIP)




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