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From Liszt to Sinowatz

Masons’ lodge, apprentice, journeyman, master, trowel, mallet – for stonemasons, these terms refer to a workplace, stages of training and tools of the trade. For Franz Liszt, Rudolf Kedl, Hellmut Andics, Ferdinand Hanusch, Theodor Kery or Fred Sinowatz, they were symbols of commitment to and membership in the worldwide association of Freemasons.

Liszt’s membership also influenced his musical activities. The exhibition at the Museum für Baukultur (museum of building culture, MUBA) puts the spotlight on this aspect of Franz Liszt. Accompanied by lectures and symposia, the exhibition will explore interesting connections between masons and Freemasons and trace historical developments of the Freemason lodges in Burgenland as well as biographies of Freemasons who lived in the region – all of which is bound to add up to an exciting encounter with the mysteries of this secret association.

MUBA - Museum für Baukultur Neutal (museum of building culture)
Hauptstraße 47, 7343 Neutal

Opening Hours
6 May bis 31 October 2011,
Sunday and holidays, 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Appointments may be made for any other day over the course of the year (except for Mondays) by calling +43-664-5363389
or the municipal office of Neutal +43-2618-2414-0

Admission Prices


€   3,-

Children, Students

€   1,-


€   2,50

Groups of 10 or more people (Booking in advance)

€   2,50

Guided tours

€ 10,-

Sunny Card, bgld. Familienpass

free admission
for children


Information & Booking

MUBA - Museum für Baukultur
Hauptstraße 47
A-7343 Neutal, Burgenland
Tel.: +43 2618-2414-0 | Fax: DW 77