The Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum (Liszt Ferenc Emlekmuzeum) is definitely worth a visit for Liszt scholars, devotees and music lovers. It is comprised of three small rooms that were once Liszt's home in Budapest. We bought the Audio Guide and would have felt a bit lost had we not. You really need to take the Audio Guide if you want to know what you're looking at in this museum. You have to pay extra for everything here. If you want to take a picture, there is a special rate for that over and above the cost of admission and the cost of the Audio Guide. Truth to tell, we felt they were nickel-and-diming us a bit... and they don't even have nickels and dimes in Hungary. Be warned... there is no place to sit down in any of the tree rooms, and our dogs got pretty tired. Still, we were glad we came.
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