Mozarthaus Vienna Admission Ticket

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 2 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    entrance with Audioguide, 1/1/2022 - 12/31/2022Tuesday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 06:00 PM1/1/2023 - 12/31/2023Tuesday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Departure Details :
    Vienna, Austria
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

At the Mozarthaus Vienna visitors can explore the only Vienna apartment of Mozarts that has been preserved, where he lived from 1784 to 1787 and composed more music than anywhere else! Around this flat, a comprehensive presentation of the times in which Mozart lived and of his most important works, spread over three exhibition levels, awaits Mozart fans, young and old, from all over the world. The exhibition is focused on the great composers Vienna years, which represent the peak of his creative achievement.

Highlights

  • Tour is wheelchair accessible
  • Step back in time on a history tour

Know More about this tour

The Mozarthaus Vienna presentation covers three floors. “I assure you that this is a magnificent place …” wrote Mozart on 4 April 1781 to his father Leopold in Salzburg. With this quotation as a starting point, the exhibition on the third floor deals with Mozart’s personal and social situation in Vienna.

The tour of the second floor looks at Mozart’s main musical and composer colleagues in Vienna and his cooperation with the librettist Lorenzo da Ponte in “The Marriage of Figaro” and “Don Giovanni”. Mozart’s Apartment on the first floor is the centerpiece of Mozarthaus Vienna.

Mozart and his family lived there from 1784 to 1787, during which time he wrote the world-famous opera “The Marriage of Figaro” and three of the six Haydn Quartets. It is the largest, most elegant and expensive apartment ever occupied by Mozart and the only one that is still intact today.

Inclusions

Audio guide available in 13 languages for adults, 8 languages for children

Entry/Admission - Mozarthaus Vienna

Exclusions

Food and drinks

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Wheelchair accessible

Stroller accessible

Service animals allowed

Near public transportation

Infants must sit on laps

Infant seats available

Transportation is wheelchair accessible

Surfaces are wheelchair accessible

Most travelers can participate

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers

Traveler Reviews

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  • 12-Jan-2023

    N'étant pas une grande mélomane mais m'intéressant quand même aux grands compositeurs, je n'avais aucune attente par rapport à cette visite. Je ne suis pas du tout mécontente d'y être allée. Visite se faisant avec un audio guide, ce qui est parfait pour visiter à votre rythme. Vous y apprendrez des informations et anecdotes pas forcément connues du grand public au sujet de Mozart et d'autres compositeurs. Vous pourrez écouter un morceau de certaines partitions de l'enfant prodige. Petit musée mais si vous faites la visite en écoutant tous les commentaires, comptez +- 1h30-1h45. Vestiaire gratuit.

  • 05-Jan-2023

    Exhibition about the life of Mozart in the house where he lived for about 3 years. Interesting and well done IF you really are interested in Mozart and have already knowledge about his life and times and his music, otherwise: don't go.

  • 03-Jan-2023

    THE WORST. It is so unfair that they open this house, in which Mozart lived only 3 years and that is totally reconstructed. I still don’t understand why is it recommended, price high, quality low. You will just see explanations about Mozart life, not more about its house. Don’t lose your money!!!

  • 03-Jan-2023

    It is a rather small museum and not a whole lot of exhibits, but we spent quite a bit of time listening to the audio guide to learn a bit more about Mozart's life in Vienna. This museum is really recommended if you are into Mozart.

  • 02-Jan-2023

    Prezzo sproporzionato per il museo. Audioguide prolisse che non catturano l’attenzione del visitatore. Molte stanze sono spoglie e lasciare all’immaginazione del visitatore. Non lo consiglio

  • 28-Dec-2022

    La maison de mozar ne comporte aucun meuble… juste quelques oeuvre exposé sur les murs… vous êtes guidé à travers un audio guide pendant 1h30. J’ai trouver ça très ennuyant et absolument pas ludique! Passer votre chemin et faite une recherche sur google sur l’histoire de mozar

  • 24-Oct-2022

    I took a daughter here, who knew nothing about Mozart. Entry was straightforward. We took audio guides in English. Audioguides were good, was nice to see everything in there. We took an hour over it, but could have taken up to 90 minutes. There is a fair amount of information. I have read the other reviews, and they are right that there is a certain amount of guess work as no one is quite sure what any of the rooms were used for. But it's the city where Mozart spent a fair amount of time, and a house he actually lively in. Was informative.

  • 10-Oct-2022

    Viele Kritiken von Besuchern beklagen überschaubare Räumlichkeiten, fehlende Original-Möbel, zu lange Audio-Guide Erklärungen und einen zu hohen Eintrittspreis. Wir haben hier zwei Stunden zu einem Eintrittspreis von 10€/Pers. verbracht und den teils musikalisch unterlegten, ausführlichen Erläuterungen über den Audio-Guide gerne zugehört. In dem Haus wurde letztlich nur der erste Stock von der Familie Mozart bewohnt. Angenehm war, dass es kein Gedrängel wie in anderen Museen gab.

  • 05-Oct-2022

    Visita consigliata. L’audioguida (gratuita) del museo è molto prolissa (audio di 3-4 minuti) e molto dettagliata. L’unica pecca è che non si può sapere la durata degli audio prima, quindi su quelli più lunghi si resta un po’ “appesi” senza sapere quando finiscono. In ogni caso la visita è interessante. Siamo entrati col Vienna Pass, la visita è un po’ cara (12€).

  • 01-Oct-2022

    Photos are not allowed inside (inwards) the Mozart House, hence I pointed my lens outwards the window where Mozart and his guest would gather and lookout upon the Avenue of his residence….to see what they would have seen from their vantage point…, It was moving to be in the room where Mozart composed his works and wander the streets he traveled and see the pictures of the MANY women that inspired/influenced him…. We love him even more now….

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