Electric Ladyland may be one of the strangest museums you ever visit. The owner has spent years collecting every manner of fluorescent object on earth, and he displays them in all of their psychedelic glory at this attraction in Amsterdam.
Electric Ladyland is more like Eclectic Wonderland to me - or at least, that's how I felt inside this bizarre and simply "cool, dude" shop/museum. Nike, the owner, is a modern-day hippie who has collected all sorts of flourescent-themed objects from around the world - like gray rocks that dazzle bright colors when placed beneath certain light wavelengths. He has devoted the shop to the phenomenon of fluorescence, and you will never have imagined you needed to see so many things glow...until you see them. If you get a chance, ask Nike to show you his glow-in-the-dark tattoo. You don't even need to be on 'shrooms to trip out in this place.
Through the visit, we learned a lot of knowledge about fluorescence and saw examples.
The city of Amsterdam surprises for many things and one of them is for this museum, unique in the world, of fluorescent lights. It is run by a couple who are usually the guides. The place is not very big, but at least they will be there for an hour. Admission is 5 euros and children are free. It's a very freaky place and maybe not everyone likes it. It is simply a curious place.