Tribschen (also seen as Triebschen) is a district of the city of Lucerne, in the Canton of Lucerne in central Switzerland.
Tribschen is best known today as the home of the German composer Richard Wagner from 30 March 1866 to 22 April 1872. When Wagner was obliged to leave Munich in March 1866, he moved to a spacious villa in Tribschen on a headland projecting into Lake Lucerne. It was while he was living here that Wagner completed the score of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, composed his "Emperor March" and the third act of Siegfried, and began Götterdämmerung.
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Nick Sommers | Jun 27, 2017
For Wagner lovers a great place to see original manuscripts and some items used by him including his piano
Martin Priddey | Jan 1, 2017
Wonderful architecture and a great exhibition of musical instruments. Very atmospheric. ( Went in 1986!)
Cesar Augusto | Jan 5, 2017
My best amazing unforgetbles memorys are near to this peaceful place ...i understand now why richard choosed this place the view the atmosphere ... the calm and the beautiful mountains and lake made this point something than no one must miss...
rosu adrian | Aug 14, 2017
It is peaceful!
Emma Reynolds | Aug 27, 2012
Didnt go in but what a beautiful house and amazing views from it....worth the stroll
Michael Roman | Jun 1, 2018
Solid museum for lovers of Wagner. Quaint house, with some of his personal items, that overlooks a peaceful view of the lake. It’s about a 30 minute walk from the train station, through some quiet areas and parks. Good way to get away from the crowds and see some Of the beautiful vistas that Luzern has to offer.
bagus painting | Jun 27, 2018
Beautiful museum of the famous music composer in Lucerne, the museum has an amazing collection of footprints of Richard Wagner and this place has beautiful panorama in side Lucerne lake Switzerland..💙💙🏆🥇🙏🌟💯🆗🆒🆒🇨🇭🇨🇭🇨🇭
EDM Family | Jun 29, 2018
I couldnt enter the museum cuz they close it at 5PM! But even the outside was good.there is a cafe there
Rick Schwartz | Jun 9, 2018
Small, but worthwhile if you have a Swiss Pass or are a serious fan. Beautiful views.
Josh Cielo | Jun 20, 2018
The coolest burgers never even checked Wagner...
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