The exhibition of the Beethoven Memorial Museum reveals a special story. Did he really visited Martonvásár? Who did he make friends with here? What musical pieces did he write here? The exhibition also answers these questions, while we can learn the history of the place and the Brunszvik family.
The Brunszvik Manor
Martonvásár is best known from the Brunszvik Manor. When Antal Brunszvik Sr. took over the estate in 1758, it looked very different than it does today. The walls of the building reconstructed many hide a fascinating story.
The Brunszvik-Beethoven story
Ludwig van Beethoven visited several places in Hungary. Among them, Eisenstadt today belongs to Austria, while Bratislava, Piestany and Alsókorompa to Slovakia. So nowadays, there are only two places in Hungary - Buda and Martonvásár - that can take pride in having hosted the great musical genius.