Richard Wagner's refuge in magnificent parkland


Richard-Wagner-Weg 27 
6005 Luzern


In the stately country estate from the 15th century, situated in the romantic park of the hilly lakeside Tribschenhorn, the German composer Richard Wagner resided and composed from 1866 - 72. His children Eva and Siegfried were born on the estate and he was visited there several times by Friedrich Nietzsche. Since 1933, the manor house has served as a museum presenting the life and work of Richard Wagner during his time in Lucerne.

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