Trevor Browne Students Mark the 100,000th MIM Visitors

Posted by Community Relations Department on 4/9/2014

A group of 67 Trevor Browne High School students received extra-special treatment yesterday when they met and surpassed the Musical Instrument Museum’s 100,000-student milestone. The eleventh graders were selected by the school for the field trip as a reward for their strong academic achievement and their service to the school.

The students were given free admission and as well as a plush “Bullseye" Target dog; free admission to the special traveling exhibition Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power; and a coupon to return to MIM with their families for free with one paid adult admission. 



The students toured all five of MIM’s major Geographical Galleries, and learned about diverse musical traditions, and how instruments have changed over time as humans have moved around the globe and interacted with each other. Many of the students also visited the Experience Gallery where they played instruments from around the world.