Hm, it depends how you define "play."
My first instrument was violin. I played it for a couple years, and I remember loving it. I don't remember anything about how to play it, though
Then was piano. I've done introductory piano about three times. Never got much further, so I don't know if that counts as "play" although I know the notes and fool around on a piano often enough.
Then I learned alto saxophone. Clarinet. Trumpet. Baritone. Trombone.
Winds are all very similar, so I think I can realistically say that I can, and do, play all those.
I haven't played anything so much since I moved, though. And I don't think I could hit high notes on a trumpet anymore, so maybe not trumpet. And I don't own a baritone, so even though I could pick it up and play quite a bit, I no longer have the resources.
This summer I will learn bassoon.
I've always wanted to learn guitar/piano so I could sing and play at the same time, but guitar hurts your fingers, and piano is... hard? I don't like playing with my hands uncoordinated, and reading two lines at once.