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Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum (Liszt Ferenc Emlekmuzeum)

Voeroesmarty utca 35, Budapest 1064, Hungary
+36 1 322 9804
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Voeroesmarty utca 35, Budapest 1064, Hungary
+36 1 322 9804
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Three small rooms with random documents, instruments, muddy portraits and some miscellaneous odds and ends that seem thrown together. The musty old building is altogether unremarkable. The audio guide is a complete waste of money. What a disappointment

Thank Charles H
Reviewed 6 August 2017

It's very small, but very interesting, unfortunately the voice of Italian audioguide was very boring. You should pay an extra to make photos, it's a real pity.

Thank Dario R
Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

An interesting museum if you are interested in classical music. It had lots of information on Ferenc and his history with other composers. The pianos and ornaments were interesting, but we couldn't take pictures without an additional fee. It was only 3 rooms and was...More

Thank Mayalicia
Reviewed 16 July 2017

If you are a Lizst geek...it's 5 star. If you are not, it is not a place for you. Clearly, you can see which side I'm on.

1  Thank 5StarDivaFamily
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Liszt’s last home in Budapest, in the past five years of his life, was in the building of the Old Music Academy. As the founder and professor of the academy, he didn’t accept any payment but the apartment where his students could visit. The instruments,...More

Thank Ankit S
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Small with only 3 rooms but you can see some Liszt pianos. From this flat, Liszt opened the windows on the Andrassy ave (classified world heritage) and all people was lestening him playing. This museum is in the old Academie, not to be confused with...More

Reviewed 3 April 2017

This museum has excellent audio guide full of ineteresting facts and Lizrs music (of course). The museum is tiny but its really give you a peek on the composer life.

Thank InnaBenZvi
Reviewed 23 December 2016 via mobile

What a great museum! In just a few rooms (where Liszt actually lived) a lifetime of F. Liszt is covered. Personal artifacts, scores, and unique instruments are on display. We were particularly fortunate to have doctoral candidate/expert scholar on the composer in our group. Even...More

1  Thank LamedVav18
Reviewed 28 November 2016

The Liszt museum is his converted apartment packed with instruments, books, and other personal objects that give a peak into his interesting life. We spent about one hour milling around. You really must do the audio guide...without it there is no information besides a one...More

Thank AP_Phoenix
Reviewed 15 November 2016

The Liszt museum is quite interesting. But on Saturday's at 11am there are recitals in the adjoining "Old Music Academy Chamber Hall." If you like Liszt's piano music book this well in advance online. They are usually sold out.

1  Thank Alan F
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