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Richard Wagner Museum
Wagner Museum, Bayreuth
In 1976, to mark the centenary of the Bayreuth Festival, Villa Wahnfried was restored and opened as the Richard Wagner Museum and national archive. Wahnfried – former home of Richard Wagner – is now home to a permanent exhibition on the life and works of this great music dramatist and on the history of the Bayreuth Festival.
Hours: April - October: 9am - 5pm., Tue. and Thur.: 9am - 8pm. November - March: 10 am - 5pm.
Address: Haus Wahnfried, Richard-Wagner-Str. 48, 95444 Bayreuth
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Bayreuth is a city in northern Bavaria, Germany, on the Red Main river in a valley between the Frankish Alb and the Fichtelgebirge. It is the capital of Upper Franconia and has a population of 73,048 citizens (2008).
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