Liszt's house is close to Wagner's Villa Wahnfried and now a museum. Liszt was Wagner's father-in-law and championed his music long before RW was involved with Cosima; Liszt conducted the premiere of Lohengrin in Weimar in 1850. But the museum is worth visiting on the strength of Liszt's life and reputation as a composer alone.
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