The Bach Museum in Leipzig, which reopened in 2010, is a testament to 21st century museum culture.
It presents the life and legacy of Johann Sebastian Bach and his family in an interactive multimedia exhibition covering an area of 750 square metres. A highlight is the treasure room, where original Bach manuscripts and other precious items are on display. The small pleasure garden, the audio room and Café Gloria make ideal places to linger and relax.
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