In the Probusgasse 6, in Vienna’s 19th district, we’ll find another branch of the Wien Museum: The Beethoven Museum. Back then, the area was still a suburb of Vienna, but today it is within the city limits. A spa here was frequented by Beethoven as he sought a cure, or at least improvement, for his increasing hearing problems. The rooms have been converted to the Beethoven Museum which leads us through the stations of his life in six chapters, presented on more than 250 m² (2690 square feet): arriving, rejuvenating, composing, earning, performing and bequeathing. Each of the chapters shows us one aspect of the artist as well as a part of his former abode. In 1802, Beethoven wrote his „Heiligenstädter Testament“ here, spurred on by the fear of complete deafness. However, he never sent these “last lines” to his three brothers. Another work that he completed here is his Symphony No. 3 „Eroica.” Later he also worked here on Symphony No. 9, his greatest work. During a walk through Döbling, we reflect on the many Impressions we gathered of the great composer.