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Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum

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

This Memorial Museum offers you a summary of Liszt private and professional life. Pictures, instruments, letters, scores, books, personal belongings... It’s a not very big place (3 rooms), but we spent almost two hours visiting the museum. There are a lot of details worth to...More

Thank Jaime P
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A very intimate small museum. This was the apartment of Liszt in his last five years. He spent this time partly in Rome, partly in Weimar and partly in Budapest. Since he was a teacher of the Hungarian Academy of Music, he was dealing with...More

Thank stinkwink
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Reviewed 12 January 2018

Worth visiting if, and only if, you are interested in Liszt and his music. Small but atmospheric place, just 3 rooms, packed with pianos, furniture and artefacts belonging to Liszt. One page info sheet gives you a good background but not much interpretation of his...More

1  Thank RobertS516
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Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

A small section of Liszt’s apartment is available for visiting in the building that is a memorial museum. It consist’s of three rooms where composer met visitors and gave piano lessons. It looks quite atmospheric and well-preserved. It seems to be a great stopover in...More

Thank Vasily M
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Reviewed 29 November 2017

As a non-white person, I was stared at and followed around the museum the whole time by a sour-faced museum attendant. I was also made to put my (tiny) handbag into the cloakroom, even though the two white tourists who were there at the same...More

2  Thank MrandMrsinManchester
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

It's a small museum consisting of 3 rooms, which used to be where Liszt lived. We didn't take the audio guide, but there is a one-pager paper guide when you purchase the ticket which describes the various artifacts in the rooms. Humbling to get a...More

Thank winnie k
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Reviewed 8 October 2017

We visited the museum at the Night of the Museums. Once a year you can visit many museums for 1 entrance fee. Live performances at this occasion. You can not only watch the flat where Franz Liszt used to live, but the concert pianos as...More

Thank Snorkel&Dive
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Reviewed 12 September 2017 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

1  Thank Charles H
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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
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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...More

Thank Mayalicia
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