Sammlung Alter MusikinstrumenteCurrently Closed
- Address: Neue Burg, Heldenplatz, 1010 Wien, Austria, 1010, Vienna
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +431-525244602
- Ticket Price: 15 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Specialty Museums, Social, Arts, Museums, Landmarks
Ever since time immemorial, Vienna has been the centre of art, music and culture in Europe. Sammlung alter Musikinstrumente displays the legacy of music through its collection of renaissance and baroque instruments. Apart from that, this museum also displays those legendary musical instruments that were played upon by iconic musicians and composers. There are clavichords, Viennese fortepianos that have been kept on display here. As you stroll through this museum, you will be able to listen to the music of Viennese composers belonging the age of Classicism. Here, apart from just listening, you can also play the instruments if their condition allows.
- Concessions: €11.00
- Group Ticket: €11.00
- Children and teens under 19: Free
- Guided Tour: €3.00
- For more ticket prices, refer the website.
- This ticket price is inclusive of entry to Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna and Neue Burg.
- By Subway station: Herrengasse
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1.3% of people who visit Vienna include Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente in their plan
95% of people start their Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente
People normally also visit Hofburg Palace while planning their trip to Sammlung Alter Musikinstrumente.
Amazing collection of old instruments dating back hundreds of years... with your ticket you can visit other parts of the Weltmuseum ("world museum") in Vienna's center too!
Another site to visit. Enjoyed the site
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Beautiful architecture flanked by other buildings of similar style. Most people wouldn't go in, as I noticed that most tourists would simply take a picture here and leave.
I love the musical instruments portion of this museum.