Mozarthaus is located on Domgasse which was built in 17th century and has two storeys. In 2004, Mozarthaus was completely renovated and made open to visitors. It has become the centre of artworks dedicated to the life of composer and exhibits his work. Today, Mozarthaus provides information about the composer along with historical displays. The museum also has audio-visual installations. This is the only surviving apartment of Mozart in Vienna.
- Discounts are available for children, groups and families.
- A popular activity in Vienna is the Mozart Concert in the Musikverein which includes historic costumes and wigs.
- There are activities for older children here.
- Access to all exhibition rooms and the events hall: no steps.
- Restrooms with access for disabled persons available.
- Adult: € 11
- Reduced (Vienna Card, students, senior citizens): € 9
- Groups (minimum 10 people): € 8
- Children and teenagers up to 19 years: € 4.50
- Family ticket (2 adults + up to 3 children): € 25
- Admission includes the audio guide for adults and children available in different languages.
- For combined tickets and Guided tours, refer to the official website.
- Last admission: 6:30 pm
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5.29% of people who visit Vienna include Mozarthaus in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
52.38% of people start their Mozarthaus visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Mozarthaus
78.05% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mozarthaus
A little long. I think they tried to elongate the audio tour to make it seem as if you were getting your money's worth. It was neat to see and walk in the same spot where Mozart once did.
I am fan of Mozart. Here was perfect place for me. With free Audio guide i could enjoy well. 한국어 무료 오디오 가이드 들을수있어요. I also enjoy piano concert. Amazing piano music gave me unforgettable experience.
We saw a piano concert here and it was amazing. It lasted about an hour and then we toured the museum. It isn't much of a museum but after hearing the concert there is context. Had we not heard the concert I might have only given this 3 stars but with that concert, it's a 5 star museum without a doubt.
Very dissapointing. Just a few rooms, no reliable information related to the place. Actually, there is almost nothing related to the place. Nice audio guide providing common information about Mozart which can be found online. Absolutely not worthy of the 24 euro we paid for the family ticket.
Super boring of this place. Lack of guide of Mozart with the exhibitions. Just Only Telling The Mozart Story. You Will Fall Asleep ASAP. Compare with the Schoenbrunn Palace, this one is really bad. Palace is awesome at guide. Super Zero recommendation of this place. Do Not waste your money and time to visit here. At the shop is really expensive here also. Do not buy any chocolate here!!