estey organ company factory Welcome to our museum dedicated to the history and innovations of the Estey Organ Company of Brattleboro, Vermont. The company was world-known for manufacturing reed, pipe, and electronic organs and operated for nearly a century. Organizers have established a 501(3)(c) non-profit corporation in the state of Vermont for the purposes of building this museum in the historic slate-sided factory buildings that still stand. We hope you will get involved in this noble effort to preserve the instruments, the history, the stories, and the music, of all those touched by Estey organs.

Engine House Gallery

The Estey Organ Museum is now closed for the season and will re-open in May 2016. However, visits can be arranged upon request. The museum is located in the Engine House of the Estey Organ Company’s factory buildings at 108 Birge Street (rear) in Brattleboro, Vermont. Visit to see exhibits about Estey reed and electronic organs. Explore the unique Walk-Through Pipe Organ, and explore a century of organ building in Brattleboro.

Support Us

You can help us make the full Estey Organ Museum a reality here in Southern Vermont. There are many ways to get involved:

Do You Own An Estey?

If you’re lucky enough to own an Estey Organ be sure to visit our Organs pages for additional information. Please note that we do not do appraisals or repairs.

Updated 3/31/15

Estey News

Holiday Bake Sale

Stop by the Brattleboro Outlet Center on Saturday, Dec. 12 for the EOM Holiday Bake Sale.
Time: 9:30 AM to 6 PM
Directions: 580 Canal Street at I-91 Exit 1

Halloween Spooktacular

Join us at 7 PM on October 30 for an Organ Spooktacular with The Phantom.
Organist Mark Andersen will accompany silent films, The Phantom of the Opera and Nosferatu, on the magnificent Estey pipe organ in the First Baptist Church, 190 Main Street, Brattleboro.

A donation of $15 is requested to benefit the Estey Organ Museum. For additional information: 802/246-8366

Reed Organ “Re-Homing” Weekend

Our warehouse is overflowing with reed organs in need of restoration or re-purposing. So, we’re opening our warehouse doors on the weekend of October 24 and 25 to “re-home” those reed organs that are not a part of our permanent collection. Click here for details. For additional information, contact the museum.