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We actually found the museum dull and boring.
There is not a huge amount to look at and we probably spent about 15 minutes in there.
It was very quiet apart from a couple of Japanese tourists taking pictures of themselves doing the 'conductor' thing.The...More
Comprehensive museum consisting of 3 floors. Very informative about the lives of both Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn.
Sunday recitals keep up the tradition that the Mendelssohn‘s started. Tickets may be purchased in advance on the website or at the door. Concert is located in a...More
This is a very nicely put together look into the life and works of one of Germany's more recent classical musicians. If like myself you are not very familiar with him and his equally musical sister, you will come away feeling you understand much more...More
This museum caters for everyone, from the well-informed expert to the inquisitive child. With morning concerts every Sunday, a watercolour gallery to die for and a house brimming with family memories and musical manuscripts that offers the visitor an incite to Mendelsohn the man and...More
The Mendelssohn Haus is located south of the city centre and not far from the Gewandhaus and the Opera.
The exhibition gives a good insight into the life and work of Mendelssohn, and a special exhibition about the conductor Kurt Masur was also were interesting.
This small museum is a gem. It’s the house where Mendelssohn lived and died while he worked in Leipzig and has been beautifully restored over three levels (with a lift). On the ground floor there is a music room where you can play some of...More
This was a real treat. The museum is well presented, well thought out, with informative and fascinating exhibits - some interactive. There are many beautiful spaces within the museum - what a wonderful house it must have been to live in! Highly recommended in this...More
Response from AntjeS359 | Property representative |
Hi Jennifer, we are glad about your interest in our museum!
It is best to schedule 2 hours or a little bit more. In between, you can drink a cup of coffee and you will be have a nice day.
With best regards