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“Interesting for a classical musician ”

Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum
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Ranked #128 of 508 things to do in Budapest
Certificate of Excellence
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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 completely empty when we went in. Extremely quiet and wouldn't recommend with children!

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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.

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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, books and scores he used while staying in town were all donated to the academy, and enriched with further donations and purchases, the whole Liszt Collection is on show here. The Memorial Museum functions also as a research center, and come Saturday, as a venue of matinee concerts. Don’t miss the tree-day-long Liszt Festival celebrating the 200th anniversary of Franz Liszt’s birth between October 21st and 23rd.

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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 the Academy Liszt were Bartok used to teach.

Thank BAUGE R
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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
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