Here you can see the musical notes of the ‘Overture to King Stephen’ and ‘Athens ruins’, composed by Beethoven for the opening of the German Theatre in Pest in 1812. The large hall of the museum is a reminder of the friendship of Beethoven and the Brunszvik family with the help of wall-mounted tablets, pictures and various relics in displays. Special mention should be made of the contemporary pastel image of the Brunszvik sisters, Miklós Barabás's drawing of the old Teréz, the apostle of kindergartens, the books and sheet music from the valuable collections of the family, and the important material proof of the Maestro's visit here: a red marble obelisk (‘pyramid’) which is referred to in a letter written by Beethoven in 1807.