Accordion Museum

Field review by the editors.

Seattle, Washington

Inside the family-run Petosa accordion shop and factory, although "factory" may be even more of a stretch than "museum." Basically it's a collection of over 100 different accordions, some more than a hundred years old, reverently displayed in a building where the Petosa family makes and sells accordions. See the 1907 piano accordion, the rare Uniform Keyboard accordion, the first accordion made by Carl Petosa in 1922.

Accordion Museum

Petosa Accordions

Address:
313 NE 45th St., Seattle, WA
Directions:
Petosa Accordions. Entrance is on the south side of NE 45th St. just west of 4th Ave. NE.
Hours:
M-F 10-5 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
206-632-2700
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