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Muzeum Antonína Dvořáka, Prague

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3.7/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
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  • Worthwhile time to visit this place. It's small but quite representative of Mr. Dvorak's life and struggles. They have some personal items and they give a perspective of what he went through. Worth if...  read more »
  • Visited this museum as part of a trip to Prague (March-April 2015). There were two preconditions: firstly, my mother is a musician, secondly, close to the hotel where we were staying. Personally for me a huge impression card years the life and works of this composer, and of course Hall, where white is a musical instrument. In principle, this is the place you can recommend for independent visits.
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  • Located in a beautiful villa surrounded by a garden, unfortunately giving an impression of abandonment, the Museum offers however a very personal preview of the great composer. His office, his toga, his glasses, partitions. In a corner, headphones to hear different versions of the same work. Nice find. To complete this touching visit, go see his beautiful tomb carved in the small cemetery at Vysehrad Castle.
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  • We went there on the 05.01.16. Really unfriendly Personal! The woman in front wanted us to pay the full fee before we could even say hello. We had our student identities in hand but she wouldn't let us in because: "it's to late now you should have say before." That could have been annoying but could have been the end of it and she could have cancelled the order and could have given us the deducted faire, but she insisted now that we pay the full price... I'm a big dvorak fan but this behaviour made me miss the experience.
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  • It's nice but nothing special...
  • A charming, but small museum; the fine baroque villa accommodates three-four spaces where you can read about the composer's life, in display case. On the upper floor there is a fine Hall, where, unfortunately, we have not had the opportunity to experience a concert, also a very entertaining space with recordings of Dvorak's music in various styles, fun ... and a little strange. The Museum is located on the outskirts of the city and is not a bad experience, but perhaps not the most important landmark in Prague.
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  • Highly recommended if you're a big fan of this composer. Dvorak House is preserved as he left her before his death. Explains his biography and some of his personal belongings are taught. On the second floor concerts, are made is quite nice, as there is no concert can be heard his works reproduced in stereo. There is an enclosed room where everyone can choose what listening with headphones. In the shop you can buy sheet music and discs at good price.
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