The Organ Hall was designed specifically to house the world's largest “dance organ” and automated doll orchestra. The whole organ is thirteen meters wide and five meters high, with over 800 pipes and over 40 automated dolls, each with their own functioning instruments. The organ was made in Belgium in the 1920’s and has been restored and its brilliant appearance and full orchestra sound maintained.
This type of organ was originally put in dance halls, hence the name “dance organ.” The classic European design and lighting of the hall, combined with the grand scale of the organ orchestra, produces an elegant, magical, and mysterious mood during the performances. Other major organ pieces include the 20th-century French Limonaire, Gavioli, and street organs.