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All reviews handwritten lyrics mixing desk on display hand written small cinema great band stage costumes freddie mercury recording room interesting memorabilia band members original items great museum short film sound quality outside wall museum is free
Came here a few weeks ago and absolutely loved it. Seeing all the costumes, merchandise, the cinema, the handwritten lyrics and finally the studio and the spot where Freddie Mercury sang his last vocals was certainly a worthwhile and magical experience (all free of charge...More
Free of charge (Donate (Charitable) if you wish). Captures Queen and especially the talent, dedication, hard work and the music of Freddie Mercury. Great items to view and a studio experience that is emotional.
The studio experience is in the casino in Montreux. There is no admission fee but you can make a donation at the end. You can take the bus 201 to get there and then walk a bit. Once you enter the casino the studio is...More
This little exhibition is located inside the casino. Simply enter the casino (from Rue du Théâtre) and it'll be on your left. It's open pretty much every day of the year until late (10PM if I'm not mistaken), and it's free. So how can you...More
A compact little museum situated in the casino. Entrance is free and well worth a visit, Handwritten lyrics and costumes are on display and you can listen to Queen through the provided earphones with information provided on display boards.
There is a recording desk to...More
Feeling like I was part of it is how I describe the museum. Nothing grandiose but none the less special. After all this is legend. Seeing those words as they were written. Brian Mays guitars. Freddie’s glitz. Walk down the lane next door and read...More
We walked to this Museum after visiting Freddies Bronze Statue on the lake promonade. Entrance to the museum is free and well worth a visit. Stand where Fredie stood amd made his last song, Pop on the ear phones and here his last song and...More
While on a bus tour, we stopped in Montreux and had the chance to go through this museum. If you are a big Queen fan then you will want to stop here. If you are a rock and roll fan, it is an okay stop....More
I am not sure about camping but Switzerland is very expensive in general. Dining out will be very costly, as will standard accommodations. There are a few grocery markets in town that will cut down on your expenses if you... More
I am not sure about camping but Switzerland is very expensive in general. Dining out will be very costly, as will standard accommodations. There are a few grocery markets in town that will cut down on your expenses if you utilize them.
It is worth it to visit this area though--it is BEAUTIFUL! Be sure to take a train up to Rochers De Naye:)