Although we need monetary donations, our collection would not exist without the generous donations of harps from friends like you. The majority of instruments in our care have come from personal donors who wished to see their harps begin life anew as one of the honored members of the IHM collection.
Not only are our harps on exhibit, they are also used for concerts, recitals, educational programs and other events that promote the instrument and its history.
For those harps that require special attention, we have assembled a handpicked team of restoration professionals. We go over every detail of the harp in order to determine how best to approach the needs of each particular instrument.
Our team has a lifetime of experience in harp making and restoration and consists of master woodworkers, master harp technicians, master gilders, and fine artists. It has taken several years to assemble this “A Team” of professionals and we are very proud of the results we have achieved.
Another consideration is our Harp Legacy Program. This program was established for those of you who wish to contribute to Harp History by planning for a special kind of gift or bequest through your will or trust.
We need all types of harps in our collection, from antique to contemporary, in any condition.
In addition to our harp collection we have established an archive for the express purpose of collecting, cataloguing, storing and exhibiting harp memorabilia.
We are collecting donations of photographs, music, concert programs, books, letters, manuscripts, scrapbooks, CD's, tapes, LP's, costumes, and all other harp related items.
The International Harp Museum is located in a charming 1920's Mediterranean villa in downtown Orlando's historic district.
Seniors (65+) $7.50
Youth (ages 6–18) $5.50
Children under 6 FREE