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Museums like this gives museums a bad reputation. The point with a museum is to bring history alive with the help of artefacts. This museum has no artefacts at all, only text on walls.
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It is just another beautiful wooden house with an amazing view. For those interested in Thomas Mann the visit to his summer house is a must. The museum is small and mostly consists of photos and all kinds of facsimile items. Go inside only when...More
At first it looks like a small house and nothing to see, but definitely worth to go inside and explore more. Interesting and full of information exposition that tells more about author, his wife and family, house and its architect. Information on walls is on...More
I visited in July. The exhibit in the house was small and limited to a few posters on the walls, in bare rooms, that contained information in most European languages except English. It was hard to grasp the importance or meaning of the place. If...More
Nida is where Thomas Mann spent many of his summers, writing in a little room that looks out on the lagoon. The most interesting part of the exhibition here centers on his wife and six children. The signage and the video are in Lithuanian and...More