Travelers Club International Restaurant & Tuba Museum boasts nearly 60 tubas and horns on its walls.
Owner William White has been playing tuba since age nine but is taking a breather and sharing his collection with patrons.
Tubas at the restaurant include various handmade horns from the 1800s, like a Civil War one from 1870.
Then theres the worlds only sousaphountain, a marching band tuba strapped together with other horns with water running through it.
But Whites piece-de-resistance is the Majestic Monster, a triple E-flat tuba that plays unusually low notes.
Its extremely big and heavy and requires full lung capacity just to play one note.
Though most of Whites horns are mounted high, if a customer really wants to play one, hell let them. White will even grab one off a wall and blow himself once in a while.
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