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You can't escape saxophones in Dinant. This museum is very small. Basically one room but it is free admission and it does have a nice stained glass mural. There are also nice stained glass windows in the nearby church (the one with the onion domes)
This is a small (2 room) free museum. There's a little personal history which is nice and some attempt to outline why Sax's developments were unique. But it is a little small and more could be done with the space - it doesn't (for example)...More
In my optimistic ignorance, I had assumed that a museum situated in the home of Adolphe Sax would have had much more than a timeline and lots of drawings about the development of his saxophone.
I kinda expected something about his lifestyle etc, with furnished...More
While wandering the streets of Dinant after visiting the citadel we came across the statute of their famous son Adolphe Sax. We then realized that the building behind the statue was a free mini-museum to him and his creation. There is not much there but...More
This is a very informative and relatively small museum, free of charge. Everything you really need to know about Adolphe Sax is here. You can't miss it; there are footsteps in the sidewalk and pieces of sax on the lamp posts on the way! This...More
A given if in Dinant. It’s not a mssive house, but gives a detailed timeline of the life and achievements of Adolphe Sax. It’s free to go there and it’s not busy at all. The bronze sculpture of Adolphe Sax outside the house is also...More
A small and free museum on the Main Street in Dinant dedicated to one of the town's favourite sons in Adolphe Sax. It gives you a brief insight into his life and the creation on the saxophone and is very well presented for both adults...More