The appearance of Bach’s house was reconstructed several times from the 16th to the 18th century, and it did not become what it is today until 2000. There are many facilities for listening to Bach's works in the museum, and those who are interested can feast their ears here.
The very beautiful and characteristic museums are all photos and manuscripts of Bach’s works during his lifetime. Many people come to visit. After all, Bach’s reputation is too great.
The Bach Museum can really come and see you, the whole museum is pretty good, the collections here are very unique, there are many traces of the city to see and see you.
[Fun] A very interesting museum
[Value for money] Free tour is very good
[Scenery] The history of the city
The entrance fee is 8 euros and you pay in the small shop before entering the next building. There are free lockers that require you to lock your backpack. Be sure to recommend audio guides in multiple languages (also free). My favorite room is the listening room, where you can choose from various Bach works, including fragments and historical performances. The movies shown in the research room are very attractive, and the original Bach works of various instruments are amazing on paper.
Bach is known as the father of modern music. This museum stands in the middle of a row of houses. I accidentally missed it. It doesn’t look big, but the internal space is not bad. It displays various instruments used by Bach and his creations. Of various sheet music.
Preston_Dominguez: Thomaskirchhof 15/16, 04109, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended St. Nicholas Church,Bach Museum,Old Town Hall,St. Thomas Church (Thomaskirche),Schumannhaus