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The museum focuses on Beethoven's connections, but does not talk about his personal life, his struggles, achievements, more details of his musical career. Also, most of the artefacts only have descriptions in German, it would be awesome if they could add English descriptions
This museum located in the house Beethoven was born is quite hidden (even with GPS we where second getting if it was the right place)
The house is very old, so it has a lot of narrow corridors and stairs (keep that in mind if...More
The place has a piano which Beethoven used, some of his musical instruments, piece of his hair, one of his glasses, and the room in which he was born. However, the museum lacks the spirit. It has a lot of papers/diaries/notes, everything in the museum...More
You might easily miss the place, which I did. The Beethoven House is filled with history and culture; avail of the Audio Guide for better understanding of the treasures inside. Staff were also friendly and helpful.
Everyone seems to get ready for 2020, the 250th birthday of Beethoven. The museum is in the original house which is interesting, but the collection is not impressive, Not very well organized, with a lot of copies and few original material. It will be part...More
There is a guided tour at 1430hrs in English and it is included in the admission fees.
Audio guides could be rented at 2.50 euros with 10 euros deposit.
If not leaflets in various languages are provided for free if you decided to read it...More