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Required Visit for Mahlerites

Very few captions other than Czech, but with so many photos, it didn't really matter. This is an... read more

Reviewed May 25, 2016
Szenta
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Valencia, Spain
Essential Stop for Every Mahlerite

As part of a recent European trip, I took time to (finally!) see many of the sites important to the... read more

Reviewed June 25, 2014
JimmyMc
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Guam, Mariana Islands
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1 Oct 2016
“Not a typical museum, but good enough :)”
25 May 2016
“Required Visit for Mahlerites”
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Znojemska 1089/4, Jihlava 586 01, Czech Republic
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Reviewed October 1, 2016

Once you a expect a static, typical Czech display-case museum, this is not your cup of tea. Mahler's house is a new style, creative, almost alternative place. You surely get here all the information you need, the person at the reception was very helpful and...More

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Reviewed May 25, 2016

Very few captions other than Czech, but with so many photos, it didn't really matter. This is an essential stop on the Mahler Pilgrimage Tour. You also get to see what the town square looked like before the Soviet-style monstrosity that sits there now.

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Reviewed June 25, 2014

As part of a recent European trip, I took time to (finally!) see many of the sites important to the understanding of Gustav Mahler's music. This house in the Bohemian regional center of Jihlava is one of these sites. Keeping in mind that Gustav Mahler...More

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Jakub K, Front Office Manager at Gustav Mahler House, responded to this reviewResponded August 20, 2016

Thank you for your review. I have only one information, that could be interested for you. Mahler's family was living in our House (Znojemská st. 4) until 1872 and same year they moved into next house on Znojemská 6. Actually it was the house on...More

Reviewed November 20, 2013 via mobile

The museum is just on the edge of the main town square and takes about 10-15 mins to walk from the bus station. Having called up the previous day, we had arranged an english tour guide. On our arrival, the lady at reception very apologetically...More

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Jakub K, Front Office Manager at Gustav Mahler House, responded to this reviewResponded August 20, 2016

We are sorry for guide complication with your visit of our museum. To your remarks - Gustav Mahler sold house, where he lived after death of his parents and nothing left in Jihlava. Mahler's relationship to our city was quite complicated and after death of...More

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