Welcome to the Moogseum! Our facility celebrates the extraordinary legacy of synthesizer pioneer Robert Moog, whose invention of the Moog synthesizer in 1964 helped revolutionize the face of music. The Moogseum brings Bob’s complex life and career to life through experiential exhibits for the aficionado and lay person alike; His story is one of the spirit of American innovation. Come explore theremins and synthesizers, learn how electricity turns into sound, discover over 100 years of electronic music history, and delve into Bob’s world through a re-creation of his workbench.
Open daily, 11am-5pm Thursday – Saturday. Closed Sunday – Wednesday.
Admission is $8.50, free for children 7 years and under.
There is metered street parking available in downtown Asheville that accepts coins or the Passport Parking App. There are also several lots and garages around town that charge by the hour or day. The closest to the museum is the Civic Center Parking Lot.
The ART Bus system runs several routes through downtown Asheville. Buses N1 and N2 will get you within a block or two of the Moogseum. The main bus terminal is only a 10 minute walk from the museum, if you are transferring from other routes. For information and bus schedules, visit the City of Asheville’s website.
Our front entrance on Broadway Street is wheelchair accessible however our door is not automatic, please call (828) 258-1262 and our staff will be happy to assist you. The Moogseum is designed to be wheelchair accessible and adheres to ADA standards.