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The most musical museum in the Netherlands
A former church in the Dutch city of Utrecht houses a living collection of mechanical music. Carillon clocks, musical boxes, pianolas, belly organs, orchestrions, as well as full-size street-, fairground- and dance hall organs are all on show. A tour of this unique museum tells the story of automated musical instruments through the ages.
Steenweg 6351 JP Utrecht Tel. +31 (0)30 231 27 89 Fax +31 (0)30 232 22 85 Post@museumspeelklok.nl
Opening Times Tuesday through Sunday and Public Holidays from 10am to 5pm. Closed: Mondays, January 1st, Queensday (April 30th), December 25th.
The Pianola Museum is located in the Jordaan, a 17th century quarter of Amsterdam, west of the old town centre. It is one of the smallest museums in the city.
The museum has a collection of automatic pianos and related objects. There are nearly 20.000 music rolls in the museum archive. Nearly all of them can be played on the different instruments in the museum. The visitor will be informed about the history and the technique of the instruments. The attention however will always be focused on the music.
Opening hours: Every Sunday from 2pm to 5pm.Group visits by appointment, daily: Tel.: +31 20 6279624 Every month (except July/August) there are concerts in the museum, in which different aspects of the pianola music are presented.
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