Family Attractions

Over the years our outdoor musical instruments have found themselves in many destinations for family fun including a wide variety of amusement parks, theme parks, zoos, libraries, museums, farm parks, roadside attractions, malls, sightseeing spots, and family-friendly cultural attractions. From screaming thrill rides to wonderful animal exhibits, a top priority for each of these attractions is to create unique experiences involving education, play, and simple, pure enjoyment for the whole family.

Making music together is a fun activity that the whole family can get involved in, and unlike many typical playground activities, musical play fits any fitness level, age, gender, and ability. The additional cognitive, physical, and emotional benefits for both children and elders make installing outdoor musical instruments a heartwarming win-win for everyone.

In places where togetherness is the order of the day, our instruments let your guests discover their inner music-maker while playing with the people they love the most.
Culture, Community and Play

Outdoor Musical Instruments make perfect additions to an abundance of settings including 'Play Everywhere' projects that allow families to “play” in unexpected places such as downtown areas, playful sidewalks, corridors and play 'parklets'.

We have worked with many organizations such as Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis all with wonderful projects that turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. Transforming spaces that were not previously play areas into musical playgrounds or PLAYces that invite play and foster connections through the simple joy of making music. Some simple chimes or drums can turn a normal sidewalk into a destination for kids and adults to stop and play. Colourful installations of musical instruments such as xylophones, marimbas, and metallophones can encourage collaborative jam sessions with friends or neighbours along a corridor or commonly walked sidewalk or path to school or the local park.

With many creative art subjects being cut back in schools, the opportunity to make or embrace music is increasingly reliant on voluntary groups transforming spaces and creating inspiring musical playgrounds or gardens in the community. Playing a musical instrument should be a fun, challenging, and rewarding experience and a musical soundscape in the community promotes both physical and mental health. Fostering a love of music in the young whilst equally relieving feelings of stress and anxiety in elders.