Well, if anyone goes on a trip to blackpool, id suggest going into the tower ballroom to listen to the 3/14 wurlitzer, probably the most famous in the world thanks to Reginald Dixon!
If anyhere, on the top balcony near the front or at the back of the room, again on the top balcony, at least that way, you avoid quite abit of the amplification (which is cranked up too much!) that they use on the organ.
Actually, even just to see the ballroom, its worth going in.
If your lucky enough to be there when there is a concert on at the opera house, do come in, it is the best remaining theatre organ in its original home, and its unique. The Wintergardens are also well worth looking at, it is a MAGNIFICENT complex.
If your in London, pop along to Brentford Music Museum, where a whole host of instruments are kept and played every day, including the stunning and unique Ex Regal Kingston Wurlitzer, residence organs, orchestrions, player pianos, pianolas....the list goes on.
If your in the Midlands, contact me, as there is a whole host of instruments you could visit and play.
If your in Central Scotland, try getting to play Ayr Town Hall, which is an untouched Lewis Organ.
And if you have the oppurtunity, make sure you make a visit to Kelvingrove art gallery, where they hold lunchtime concerts every week day on the Lewis organ there.