This lovely house overlooking the lake is in such a beautiful peaceful setting that anyone was be jealous of Wagner having been able to live here. Nowadays it is a small but very interesting museum about the composer's life. The upstairs rooms have an exhibition with information boards on the walls. A few are in English but the vast majority are in German. I wondered why they had taken the trouble to translate a couple of them but not the rest. It was a shame as I was really interested to learn about his life. His grand piano was in the corner of one of the ground floor rooms along with other pieces of furniture. The entrance fee is very reasonable considering what an expensive country Switzerland is. There are concessions for seniors and students. I found it a very pleasant way to spend an hour but would have liked more in English. I would like to visit again but next time I will go in the summer and take more advantage of the wonderful surroundings too.
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