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The Pianola Museum is a small museum dedicated to pianolas (automatic pianos) and pianos.
The Pianola Museum is a small museum dedicated to pianolas (automatic pianos) and pianos. See the various instruments on display, and learn how they function on music rolls. You can even catch a concert here.
Westerstraat 106, 1015 MN Amsterdam, Netherlands
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The list of unique museums in Amsterdam keeps getting longer
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