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The Museum as of May 10, 2017 is now "BY APPOINTMENT ONLY." Appointments made only through: electricladyland appointy. Museum open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Museum Tours everyday at: 2:00 - 3:00PM 3:00 - 4:00PM 4:00 - 5:00PM 5:00...more
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Tweede Leliedwarsstraat 5 Hs., 1015 TB Amsterdam, The Netherlands
My friends and I were thrilled to come across this little museum in Amsterdam considering that our interests always swerve away from mainstream tourist spots wherever we go in the world. Nick Paladino and his wife are very well-versed in what they do and learnt...More
Date of experience: September 2019
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nick p, Owner at Electric Ladyland - the First Museum of Fluorescent Art, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday
Thank you very mush for looking at life closely and with a deep interest as well - it has become an almost extinct trait of the human race today. I try to reach everyone who comes to the museum, but most people have No Interest...More
I visited this museum with my friend. Our first thought was how small it was. We were both under the impression it would be an actual museum, but this place was just a small basement. We tried to give the guide the benefit of the...More
Date of experience: September 2019
nick p, Owner at Electric Ladyland - the First Museum of Fluorescent Art, responded to this reviewResponded October 2, 2019
I Meant what I said to you: next time you come to Amsterdam go to the "Anne Frank House" - it's not in a basement, but in an attic, and is, by standards such as your outdated, medieval state of mind, "constituted as a Real...More
Claustraphobic. Rubbish. Extremely hot. Nothing to really look at. And the lady very nearly let someone walk out with our bag with all our money phones etc in.
They were just stoned.More
Date of experience: August 2019
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nick p, Owner at Electric Ladyland - the First Museum of Fluorescent Art, responded to this reviewResponded September 6, 2019
This Museum was not built by myself for 7 years for IMBECILES like yourself.
Next time you come to Amsterdam go to someplace more fitting to your extremely enlightened consciousness - like the non-claustrophobic, non-rubbish, ice-cold HEINEKEN BREWERY, where there is obviously too much to...More
Cancelled for first booking 1 day before
Cancelled for rebooking 1hr 40min before when en route
Have great picture of the frontage and blisters
Disappointed but previous reviews suggested cancellation likely
As Head of Entertainment I was surprised and honoured when my CEO accepted my suggested visit here with no complaints. We have never been to such a place, few people have!
But it's €5 pp well spent. The host Nick Paladino is a real expert...More
The place is packed with history of fluorescent art, art itself, and rock examples of fluorescence occurring in nature. The place is tiny (one room downstairs), but the amount of info is very large - you have to wait for the lights to go out...More
This is not your usual tourist trap. Electric Ladyland is a genuinely unique experience, and clearly a labour of love for the owners who've been running the place since they opened in 1987. Nick is very passionate about his work and the history behind florescent...More
I visited this museum with my boyfriend and we’re both so impressed. My first impression was that it was a lot smaller than I thought it would be however the guides knowledge on fluorescents was amazing and made the visit 100% worth it. Half of...More
After a little confusion over how to book a slot on the tour, I emailed the museum directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) and received a response from Nick, the owner, on the same day.
The booking process is very simple, and can be done at electricladyland.appointy.com - you...More
No response Friday, and made another appointment for Saturday (my last day in town), but it was cancelled less than two hours before. I'd been looking forward to seeing this museum for years, and don't know when I'll ever find myself in the Netherlands again....More
Amsterdam’s buzzing hub, with its sprawling network of tram rails and a seemingly constant flow of tourists and commuters, yields convenient access to some of the best sightseeing, shopping, and street life in Europe. Closest at hand are the Royal Palace, the quaint shops of Haalremmerdijk, the pedestrianized zones Kalverstraat and Dam Square with popular neighborhoods such as the Red Light District, and the Canal Ring
hardly more than a moment’s stroll away. With the well-connected Centraal Station as Centrum’s base, it's easy to travel farther afield via one of the city’s iconic trams.