Many museums expect visitors to be quiet, but here, you can be as loud as you like!
The Drum Museum in Tokyo has some 800 traditional percussion instruments on display, and visitors are even invited to try playing some themselves. The highlights of the collection are the enormous Japanese taiko drums.
The Museum of Sound in St. Petersburg, Russia, has a most unusual assortment of musical instruments, including a washboard equipped with bells and whistles, a contrabass clarinet made of sewer pipes and a ghostly sounding theramin.
At the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, in the U.S., visitors can view electric guitars played by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carlos Santana and other musical legends. Visitors are encouraged to make some noise!