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Museum established in the same rooms that occupied Chopin and George Sand during his trip to Mallorca in 1838 and 1839. You can see the authentic piano that Chopin used to compose his preludes in the same room where this and other musical works...more
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Placa Cartoixa 4 | Celd 4. Real Cartuja de Valldemossa, 07170 Valldemossa, Majorca, Spain
Worth a visit to see the piano and manuscript. Nice little museum within the village of Vallderossa. Gives you a sense of place and time and is a quiet place to take a moment to appreciate what Chopin left us to enjoy.
Valldemosa itself is well worth a visit, but if you are a fan of classical music and the magic of Chopin, then it's very interesting to see the place he actually stayed while in Majorca. There are some unusual artefacts and when you have finished...More
Valdemossa, a very nice region of Majorque, the house where lived Chopin & George Sand , in the winter time, ( read a winter in Mallorca) by George Sand; nice house with the fourniture of Chopin, his piano, and his music room; George Sand, the...More
Visited on an excursion so it was marched up the hill toilets pointed out there’s the garden don’t bother with the museum it’s not worth the entrance fee see you in an hour. The gardens are ok but take about 5 minutes to visit apparently...More
Valldemossa in the hills 30 min out of Palma is cooler and a favorite of rock climbers and mountain bikers. George Sand and her lover Chopin came here in the winter of 1838 and had a pretty awful time as he was very sick and...More
I very much enjoyed the Chopin & Sand Museum. We toured the Museum as part of a private tour. I knew about Chopin but not about George Sand (spoiler alert - not really a man) so I found the Museum fascinating. It is not a...More
It was an interesting insight to the time that Chopin and George Sands spent in Valldemossa. However there was a limited structure to the museum. It did give a view from the garden which was spectacular, however it would have been worth their while to...More
The cost is 4 euros each to view not much at all. The rooms are not set out as they were when Chopin was staying there.
The staff are like fierce police - you don't date go anywhere but these tiny rooms.
The garden outside...More