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A ten minute bus ride from the center of town took us to this beautiful historic house on the shore of Lake Lucerne where we learned a lot about the life of Richard Wagner. There were many photos and letters, an original score, items of...More
As we strolled around the lake we saw a sign for the home of opera composer: Richard Wagner!!
Signs were few and far between so we kept asking and finally, deep in the woods with a great view of the lake...we found it!! Closed on...More
So, I'm just going to assume that you are a Richard Wagner fan, or at least a classical music fan, and get right to the nitty-gritty.
This is Tribschen! Wagner's home with Cosima 1866-72. Here is the famous scene of "Siegfried Idyl."
The main floor...More
The grounds and views from the house are stunning. It's a very pleasant walk along with lake, so definitely worth a visit on a nice day. The house, although not very big, is fascinating if you're a Wagner enthusiast. A really interesting insight into his...More
Unlike a recent reviewer I rate this very highly but then I am fascinated by Richard Wagner and know most of his music. Here a short bus ride and walk outside the city is the home where he lived some of the most tranquil years...More
This is a four room house and for someone interested in his life, it is a very pleasant walk from downtown and an interesting half hour . We have a tourist card that is supposed to get us 20% off. We showed it to the...More
This is a nice place to visit for lovers of Wagner. A quaint house, in a quiet area of the city, overlooking the lake. About 30 minutes away from the TI. The collection offers some insights and personal effects of Wagner’s. I think that the...More
This house in which he lived with his mistress and then wife is in a stunning location overlooking the beautiful lake. Furthermore the house is set above the lake at the centre of wonderful green grass. The museum is moving. There is a real sense...More
It was beautiful to walk around the grounds of this home on the lake, but don't pay to tour the museum itself unless you are a Wagner enthusiast. Not much to see inside the house itself. Covered with Swiss Travel Pass. Limited accessibility by boat...More