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The Pianola Museum, located in Amsterdam, is one of the smallest museums in the city. However, it makes up for what it lacks in size by offering quality in items, history and music. It has a remarkable collection of automatic pianos and other instruments. This museum is dedicated to the Pianola, the automatic version of the classic Piano, and holds some grand instruments in its tribute. The Pianola Museum also holds over 25,000 music rolls in its archive, all dedicated to the Pianola. Along with that, the Pianola Museum houses some of the greatest Pianola's ever created, among them the majestic Steinway Grand Piano. Visitors are invited to observe these unique instruments, in addition to listening to the music that emanates from them. This place is a must-visit for people interested in music and history. Last but not least, the museum also plays host to a number of concerts from acclaimed pianists, which receive huge audiences.