When you’re not a piano player, there’s a chance you’re missing out on a few extra minutes with a friend or family member, but if you’re a piano fanatic like me, there are plenty of new places to discover new things with a piano in your life.
Whether you’re on a trip or just exploring, you’ll be glad you did.
So here are 10 places you might want to visit.1.
The Piano Adventure Park (Adventuresville, CA)I know what you’re thinking: Where the hell is the piano park?
You’d be forgiven for thinking that the park’s just a bunch of old pianos with a bunch a people playing on them, but you’d be wrong.
The park is full of beautiful and colorful instruments from all around the world, and the place is so fun to play on that you can get lost in it for hours.
They even have a piano-playing instructor, so it’s easy to take a lesson.2.
Piano World Tour (Chicago, IL)It may be difficult to imagine a world without piano, but there are millions of people who are passionate about it, and it’s a world of music and stories that you should try to explore if you ever have the chance.
If you’re visiting the Chicago area, there is a museum with a collection of pianos, a place to play piano-related activities and more.3.
Piano Museum of Chicago (Chicago)It’s a wonderful museum, and we are lucky to be a part of it.
The museum has everything you need to get started, including pianos that have been on the market for decades.
The library also has some of the coolest exhibits on the planet, like a giant piano that is part of a world tour that is all about music.4.
The Jazz Museum (New York City)One of the reasons that jazz has been so popular is because it’s about people.
Jazz is about sharing, and there are many places in the world that you could spend an afternoon with your friends playing with a big piano.
The Museum of Jazz in New York City has some really cool pianos and a free piano-and-singer-interactive show that is a great way to get acquainted with the piano.5.
The Music Museum of Boston (Boston)The Music Museum in Boston has a collection that is impressive, and you can go on an all-ages tour and learn about some of history’s greatest musicians, including Charlie Parker, Louis Armstrong, Elton John, and Miles Davis.
If your favorite musician isn’t on the list, you can always visit the John Adams Library for some free music.6.
Piano Club of Philadelphia (Philadelphia)If you want to get a little creative with your piano-making, the Piano Club in Philadelphia has a wide variety of different instruments that are perfect for your next birthday party.7.
Piano Experience (New Haven, CT)The Piano Experience in New Haven is a fun and interactive piano-centric event, and I recommend it if you are a fan of music or just want to play some instruments.
There are lots of pianists in the room, and they give you a chance to practice playing a few different types of instruments.8.
New York Piano Club (Newark, NJ)I would like to take this opportunity to say that you are not alone when it comes to your love of playing instruments.
The New York piano club has a large collection of instruments, and if you visit the club, you will definitely find something that you love.
You can pick from over 20 different types, from classic to modern, and even some that are new to you.9.
Music Museums and Performing Arts Center (Los Angeles, CA)*I know that many people may think that the music museums and performing arts centers in Los Angeles are all about art and music, but in truth, they are really just a place for people to play and learn.
This is true for any arts or education center, whether it’s at the University of Southern California or the USC Culinary Arts Center.
I know that there are other places that you might find interesting, like the California Institute of the Arts.10.
The Art Institute of Chicago