Richard Wagner Museum Overview

Richard Wanger, a legend in the history of music, is a renowned music composer and someone who re-invented the Opera. The Richard Wanger museum is the house Tribschen Landhaus, by Lake Lucerne is where the master musician lived for six years (1866-1872) and created a number of his famous compositions.

Now, the house-converted museum displays the most important works of the maestro, including photographs, paintings, letters exemplifying life, and a valuable collection of his scores. Moreover, the highlight of the collection is the Erard Grand Piano, which Wanger used to complete "The Mastersingers of Nuremberg," among other works. This museum offers an enriching experience, inviting you to immerse yourself in the musical genius of Wagner during your Switzerland tour package.

Presently, a few concerts take place here using the piano. Apart from this, the museum has a permanent exhibit and hosts temporary exhibitions as well. After getting the tour of the museum, you can have a quick bite at the summer café with the surreal views of the lake and mountains.

Depending on the weather conditions, the cafe opens at 11 a.m. between May and September.While the museum and the cafe remain closed from December- March.

Best time to Visit- June - September

Entry fee- 8 Euro/ CHF 8.5

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