You’ve never heard the Schumanns like this before! Artfully designed short features move, open the mind and arouse curiosity about the respective attractions in the museum.
Clara and Robert Schumann spent the happy first four years of their marriage in the house on Inselstraße 18, constructed in the neo-classical style in 1838 by Friedrich August Scheidel.
The new permanent exhibition in the Schumann-Haus is conceived as a museum of a partnership, rendering it unique among museums devoted to musicians.
The Sound Room, which is designed in the style of the Biedermeier-period, has proven itself an enriching addition to the museum in the Schumann-Haus Leipzig. The centerpiece of this room is the sound installation by the artist Erwin Stache.
A unique addition to Germany’s museum landscape, the Sound Playground combines elements of nature with technical and musical sophistication.
Unfortunately we are unable to offer our public tour for individual travelers at the moment.