A lovely little museum tucked out of the way in the new city. A gorgeous house where Dvorak lived. Plaques are in Czech, but guides are available in several languages. I don't understand the other reviewer's problem with the exhibits. Everything is arranged very nicely, first chronologically by date, then by genre of work. Letters, scores, pictures, personal effects, etc. are plentiful. One room houses Dvorak's piano. The garden outside is peaceful. Admission is low and there is free water. The staff member was kind and pleasant.
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