Geelvinck Pianola Museum
The Geelvinck Pianola Museum is one of Amsterdam’s smallest museums, tucked away in the Jordaan district. Inside the museum, you will find numerous pianolas (player pianos), reproduction pianos and related objects. The museum archive has a collection of over 30,000 perforated paper music rolls, most of which can be played on the different instruments housed in the museum. Visit the Pianola Museum to learn more about the history and technology of these magical instruments that nearly play themselves.
How to visit the Geelvinck Pianola Museum with your City Card
It is not necessary to reserve a time slot to visit this location with your City Card. Make sure that your City Card is valid at the time of your visit.
The music archive contains more than 30,000 music roles that can be played on a wide variety of instruments.
Guided tour and concerts
During a guided tour, the visitor also receives information about the history and operation of the instruments. But the music of the pianola is always central.
The museum is open Friday through Sunday for guided tours from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. And concerts take place in the museum's music lounge. Reservation desired. For more information, visit the Geelvinck Pianola Museum website.
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