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Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum

Vorosmarty utca 35., Budapest 1064, Hungary
+36 1 322 9804
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“his life” (11 reviews)
“classical music” (10 reviews)
“audio guide” (17 reviews)
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Vorosmarty utca 35., Budapest 1064, Hungary
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+36 1 322 9804
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Reviewed 23 April 2015

The welcome here is far from warm: the door is just off Andrassy Ut but is closed; the museum is up on the first floor as the rest of the building houses other music archives and teaching facilities; and the museum receptionist seemed totally uninterested...More

Thank Kirkcaldylad
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Reviewed 16 April 2015

Furniture and pictures in one of his many homes. The audio guide at least has some music. The Recital room was locked up and we were not even able to sit at any time.

Thank f2s
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Reviewed 17 January 2015 via mobile

It is his apartment. So tour is rather small but pleasant. Very friendly ladies work there. Suggest to visit if have 40 munutes fo this

1  Thank Andrew G
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Reviewed 15 December 2014

A recreation of Liszt's apartment. A good selection of artifacts and memorabilia including written work, personal belongings, pianos, furnishings etc. There are English language captions to most exhibits and an audio commentary is available at an extra charge.

1  Thank Steve D
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Reviewed 1 December 2014 via mobile

Visited here while we were in this area of the city. Great to see this amazing artists humble abode and belongings, audio commentary which was great, I left this little museum knowing so much more than when I went in. Go and see for yourself,...More

3  Thank Warhol40
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Reviewed 19 November 2014

Went here after a visit to the Terror museum and it was a refreshing change. This was where he used to live with many of his belongings on display. It''s not that big but it's very well laid out and presented....

Thank Russell G
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Reviewed 9 September 2014

Liszt's final abode is a must go to place to see the master's study room,bedroom, special composition keyboard desk he custom ordered for himself plus many photos an an excellent audio guide with appropriate sample of music... Bargain CD collections and more

2  Thank Behzad N
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Reviewed 22 July 2014

The Liszt Museum, though small, gives you a good glimpse into the life of this important composer. However, though Liszt was born in Hungary, he spent very little of his life there, eventually settling in Budapest late in his life and establishing it as home...More

1  Thank Stephen W
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Reviewed 2 June 2014

We got there sometime around noon on a Monday. It was a very small house which you probably will miss for the first try. Only a few visitors when we were there. Audio guide is pretty much necessary as many of the exhibition pieces don't...More

2  Thank AlexLQ
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Reviewed 4 May 2014

A very small but packed museum with lots of information about the Life and music of Liszt. Well worth paying for the very informative audio guide and also paying for the photo pass. I agree with previous reviewers that this is very much a music-lover's...More

1  Thank JasHW2013
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