You have to walk through what appears to be an outside restaurant to get to the front door of the museum. The museum itself is not large but it is well laid out and very informative. When we inquired about the grand piano in the center of the museum we were told it belonged to Smetana's teacher. The doscent asked if we wanted to play it and since my wife was at one time a concert pianist she jumped at the chance. She was in seventh heaven. Unfortunately she played a Chopan étude. Sorry Mr. Smetana.
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