Very interesting place to visit. Part of history about Wagner family and Richard Wagner. Highly Recommended.!
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The wagner fans would definitely find this museum delightful. Having a Swiss pass will get you free entry.
Like Bayreuth, one of those places which attracts Wagnerites. Unlike Bayreuth, there isn’t much here. Still, they have Nietzsche’s death mask, some of Wagner’s clothes, portraits of der Meister, the inevitable piano... And, believe it or not, the original communion bread used in the 1899...More
Take the small boat from quay near train station. The surrounds of the property are superb a picturesque and tranquil location. The house has some fascinating memorabilia, sadly not easily understood for English speakers but enough translated to pique ones interest. A walking path can...More
My partner is a Wagner fan and found the house fascinating. Lots of history and interesting information about the Wagner family as well as the man himself. The lady who manned the house was a wealth of information and a pleasure to chat with Swiss...More
As a fan of Wagner operas, I could get a glimpse of how his life was like when he lived there. The mansion was pretty well preserved with various objects related to the composer. The cashier(?) was very welcoming and kind and told us an...More
A beautiful old house with a wonderful park. If you have time at hand, take your bathing suite and take a dive. The prettiest way to get here is via a little Rütli boat from just outside the trainstation.
This summer home of Richard Wagner is a bout a 1 km walk from town. It sits high on a bluff overlooking Lake Lucerne. The lady in charge spoke perfect English, she was from Australia. There is lots of Wagner memorabilia and paintings here such...More
Picturesque house in a beautiful setting. We heard a very professional recital by piano and cello. Quite a few stairs to climb but worth the effort