Antonin Dvorák's home in Vienna is located on Wiedner Hauptstraße. Although the Czech composer gained worldwide fame he remained mostly in Prague throughout his career. He did travel throughout Europe for a time, from England to Austria to Russia, and he spent time in America as well, mainly in New York. But his roots were firmly in the Czech capitol and he refused invitations, primarily from Brahms, to move to Vienna and experience their musical culture. On the few occasions he found himself here in Vienna he stayed at the Hotel Goldenes Lamm. There is a plaque on the front of the building telling of Dvorák's association with the hotel.