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Great place to by your Halle souveniers!

The great composor Händel is one of the most famous personages from Halle. Besides being a museum... read more

Reviewed 16 July 2016
NilsOMoelleby
Pleasant place and lovely courtyard

We were here during the Handel festival. There were music, children's activities and some light... read more

Reviewed 29 June 2016
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Grosse Nikolaistr. 5, 06108 Halle (Saale), Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
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Reviewed 24 July 2018 via mobile

Since we last visited this museum they have extended the exhibition. It has a fine collection of instruments and a comprehensive display of Handel’s operas. We worth a visit.

Thank Morgan712
Reviewed 24 June 2017

It is a really wonderful museum and you will see a vast collection of musical instruments - many of which, I'll wager, you will have never seen before. It has terrific interactive displays - great for both children and adults. A treat for everyone, even...More

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Reviewed 20 May 2017

Is really a great museum, different floors, you can past one day entirely looking all the items , reading, even they got a screen playing the life of several musicians and they work, you can sit and watch or go next, three different areas, a...More

Thank Barbara W
Reviewed 16 July 2016

The great composor Händel is one of the most famous personages from Halle. Besides being a museum the house has a great shop where you can buy anything from Händel statues, music boxes and CD:s to ties. Great for finding a present to your loved...More

1  Thank NilsOMoelleby
Reviewed 29 June 2016

We were here during the Handel festival. There were music, children's activities and some light refreshments available in the courtyard. A good information center for your Handel Pilgrimage to Halle. Nicely restored building and a good introduction to Handel's life story.

Thank MsVineyard
Reviewed 6 June 2016

If you love Haendel's music, this place is a must when visiting his home town Halle. Haendel's birthplace has been beautifully restored and includes an exhibition of the composer's interesting life and his captivating musical works as well as a collection of about 700 musical...More

Thank Marianne H
Reviewed 11 March 2016

Very interesting museum with a large display of musical instruments. Full of information on Handel's life and music. A definite recommendation.

Thank Kevin O
Reviewed 20 October 2015

Well documented presentation on the life and career of GF Handel. For photography, the light from high windows in some rooms makes for reflections on the glass cases.

Thank ChandanGurgaon
Reviewed 31 July 2015

The title auto-translates poorly. This is actually the Handelhaus, the birthplace and early home of Handel, the composer. It houses a history of his life as well as many old musical instruments and curiosities. I found it quite interesting and worth the visit.

Thank aerobubba
Reviewed 5 July 2015

Every Christmas, Christians and the churches of western world would commemorate Georg Friedrich Händel's Messiah (completed in 1742) and do an established custom of standing when audience hear "Hallelujah" chorus is sung. It was according to document Canon of Westminster that King George III, a...More

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Hmmm... looks like my original answer disappeared.... There are multiple references to the teacher within the museum. Also, it is less than a half mile from the Marktkirche, which is open for visitors at least... More
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