In a quiet corner of Buda, this house is where Bartok lived for 8 years before he had to leave to escape the Nazis and the war. It has his furnature with folk art carvings. The first floor is a small concert hall.
Walking into a place where an amazing composer lived in with all his belongings makes you feel like you're walking back in time. It was a great place to see all of the little things that were dear to Bartok. The only thing that wasn't clear was how to get there as there are no signs to show the location.... 更多
Thoroughly enjoyed this visit to Bela Bartok's house. Loved the manuscripts hanging down from the ceiling through the stairwell. I did not know much about this composer before the visit and was happy to have this learning experience.
Béla Bartók's house on Gugger Hill is an absolute delight. The house is brought to life and is full of some of his most personal items ranging from his Transylvanian Hungarian furniture to his glasses, sandals, clothes and all manner of portable musical items. Most touching were three objects. One a small open box in front of which was a... 更多
If you're a classical music aficionado or a music history buff, this may be for you. It is on a quiet, tree-lined street in the beautiful Buda hills. The museum is basically an attic with bits of memorabilia from this Hungarian composer. It was in this tiny attic room that Bartok wrote his masterpieces in the mid 1930s. We were... 更多
Bela Bartok lived outside of town in a quiet district. The museum is a treasure trove of his artifacts. You... 更多
A visit to Bela Bartok's house in Budapest is a must for serious music lovers. It is set in a... 更多
Bartok chose this house because of its quiet surroundings, and it is still quiet today. when we visited in November... 更多