This quirky Pittsburgh-area museum is music to eccentric ears

Peek inside The Bayernhof Museum with us. 

It’s a quirky 19,000 square foot museum and the former residence of the museum’s late founder Charles B. Brown III (yes, Charlie Brown). 

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Inside, you’ll find a world-class collection of music boxes and other antique automatic music machines. Music lovers will feel right at home.

But even for those who aren’t music buffs, the home is worth a visit. There’s a new adventure around every turn, with an observatory, a secret cave, and incredible views of Pittsburgh. 

And for all, the story of Charles B. Brown III is captivating.

We recommend the guided tour (be sure to book in advance) of this O’Hara Township spot, but first we’ve got a sneak peek with this video tour.