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Beethoven Pasqualatihaus, Vienna

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2.6/5 based on 65 reviews on the web
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  • The place is interesting for fans of Beethoven, even if it is not rich in objects - just the piano, the death mask and a few original manuscripts and photos-. Too bad that all explanations are in German (otherwise you have to pay 10 euros brochure) it can be visited in a few minutes. The master of hospitality is frankly unpleasant and rude, he'd better keep a prison that welcome tourists...
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  • Is a basic Museum of this great composer. The site is a building and, apparently, other people live in lower floors. To get up, by a spiral staircase, 4 floors. It was the cheapest of all the museums visited so far in Vienna (5 euros), but should have, at least, about 9. Symphony, one of his major works.
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  • In preferred of the University of Vienna State Opera link along the ornate buildings of the Parliament, City Hall, Burgtheater and the bus. Per suddenly begins growing residential area. Through hilly Sakagami trails a little confusing in the building's small entrance, stairs, long and round noboritsumetara, Beethoven's piano are welcomed there. Get inately pick-up did not intend the voice of admiration. Score contrasting with the bust of Beethoven in a solemn atmosphere, Mozart's handwriting. See repeatedly saw Beethoven while listening to the performance of the former landscape of thoughts, while not prominence was a luxury. Return found the stairs from the small hill just a few I'm green over dude, July, I liked Beethoven? And they seemed. It was that House even with a small display of very intense time to spend.
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  • We love Beethoven, the mad musician! But... not the mad staff sitting at the entrance. We went there as part of the Vienna pass. It would not have been worth the money, no matter how little, to be treated poorly. It is on the 4th floor. Only stairs is available. Interesting displays. Music player plays music samples.
  • Highly disappointed in this visit. Not much about Beethoven, very small and would have appreciated a pleasant greeting from staff rather than a rude one. One of the members paced in each room while we looked around, which was a bit weird. Not worth the €5 each.
  • Interesting but disappointing. As others have already said, the materials are poorly presented and the staff is almost defensive if you ask questions. After climbing four flights of stairs, I would have hoped for a better reception and exhibit. Nonetheless, I'm pleased to have visited the rooms of one of the world's great composers!
  • Very small and less centered on Beethoven, but on the era. Both workers were impolite. When I asked a question about the house, they just answered that they're not historians, they just sell tickets.
  • I really liked what has this company but I would like more if it could see the House of the musicians (Beethoven, MOZART and BACH)
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