Schubert Club Museum
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Schubert Club Museum information
Lonely Planet review
The Schubert Club Museum has a brilliant collection of old pianos and harpsichords - some tickled by Mozart, Beethoven and the like - in the basement. It displays old manuscripts and letters from famous composers on the 2nd floor. A free wood-turning museum (it's a decorative form of woodworking) is also on the 2nd floor.