Orgelkids organ

The Orgelkids organ (also known as ‘Do’ organ) is a mechanical, two rank pipe organ in a box. In the box you find all the parts to build a real organ. Children can build this organ (with a little help of an organbuilder or organist). Different tasks can be done in groups simultaneously: constructing the frame, sorting pipes, sorting keys. Then all the parts come together in the frame: the windchest, the bellows, keys and pipes. Then … play!

The Orgelkids organ is loaned out to schools and groups for educational projects and promotional activities.


Orgelkids organs are loaned out to schools and groups for educational projects and promotional activities.


Commission an Orgelkids organ for your own community. Orgelkids brings you into contact with the organ builder.


Order the complete set of 24 plans from the organ builder, invest some time and construct your own organ kit
Wim Janssen and Lydia Vroegindeweij in the workshop of Verschueren Orgelbouw

Orgelkids ‘Do-organ’ is especially designed for children to repeatedly assemble and disassemble. Children are empowered to discover how the organ is constructed and how it works by building it. The design is almost self-teaching with the help of illustrated instruction sheets. Organ builder Wim Janssen designed it, carefully considering how it would be most appealing and educational to children. They must be challenged to discover and to ask technical questions about the construction. And, of course, when the organ is built, they must be able to play music on it. Orgelkids organ has it all. That’s why we call it a ‘Do’-organ rather than a ‘demonstration’ organ.

Materials at the Orgelkids organ

If you want to get started with the Do-organ, we have instruction cards, a lesson plan, sheet music and much more ready for you.

Where in the world?

Orgelkids started in the Netherlands and now operates in many countries around the world. On this map, we keep track of where you can find the Do-organ.


Orgelkids maintains a blog with current news about Orgelkids projects from around the world.

Orgelkids Wiki

Looking for more activities to introduce children to organ music? Orgelkids collects all kinds of educational lesson suggestions on the Orgelkids Wiki.