If you want an automatic instrument - look no further than to Tim Trager: the leading dealer in automatic musical instruments. Whether it be an orchestrion, band organ, nickelodeon, or even a music box, his experience and encyclopedic knowledge will point you in the right direction to owning a music machine of your own!
Responsible for the impressive book: "The Golden Age Of Automatic Musical Instruments" The Mechanical Music Press also hosts a number of databases and rollographies including the Wurlitzer band organ ledgers and Wurlitzer A.P.P. Rollography.
Matthew Caulfield: a scholar of Wurlitzer band organs has spent countless hours compiling, refining, and adding to this fantastic list of rolls made for Wurlitzer band organ scales. Updated whenever an old roll is discovered or a new is arranged, this reference point is a must for any band organ enthusiast!
Zaharakos of Columbus, Indiana is truly a magical place with the atmosphere of the early 20th century! Upon walking in the eatery, you are presented with beautiful wood paneling, stained glass and an ornate soda fountain bar. At the end of the dining hall stands their restored Welte 3 Orchestrion, still in its original location. There's truly nothing like spending the afternoon here, having magnificent ice cream and listening to fabulous orchestrion music! Also here is a small museum adjacent to the dining area featuring other automatic instruments such as a Seeburg L, Mills Violano, Ramey Banjo Orchestra, and Imhof & Mukle barrel orchestrion.
Knoebels Amusement Resort, also known as 'Knoebels Groves' is a historic amusement park in Elysburg, PA with over a half dozen music machines on display. The centerpiece of the park is its impressive, rare Kremer carousel: one of less than a dozen carousels in the world where you can still 'catch the brass ring'. This is also one of only 2 carousels in the world with 3 working band organs on the ride.
Clark's Trading Post is a unique tourist attraction in Lincoln, New Hampshire featuring live bear shows, water rides, a steam locomotive and a number of nickelodeons! A few of these include a Seeburg G, Link 2-E, Wurlitzer CX, Mills Violano, and Seeburg L. There are also 2 band organs on location, an Artizan C-2 and a Wurlitzer 146-B.