Mozarthaus Wien
Mozarthaus Wien

Mozarthaus Wien

Dagligen 10-19
Domgasse 5, Vienna, Vienna, 1010

The basics

Within his first-floor apartment, Mozart penned some of his most iconic works, including The Marriage of Figaro. Audio-guided tours of the house begin on the building’s top floor, where exhibits explain the lifestyle and prominent society figures in 18th-century Vienna. Heading down a floor, visitors are immersed in all things music; a highlight is a holographic performance of a portion of The Magic Flute. On the ground floor, the composer’s bedroom is furnished in the style of the time to give a sense of what his living quarters might have looked like.

Mozart’s house is included on many music-themed or secret city highlights tours. Take in the house-turned-museum on a private or small-group tour; or visit on your own with pre-booked tickets, the Vienna Pass, or as part of a hop-on-hop-off bus tour.

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Things to know before you go

  • Visiting Mozarthaus is a must for lovers of classical music, but also fascinating for history aficionados.
  • The audio guide is indispensable for appreciating the museum and its exhibits; guides are available in a variety of languages and included in the price of admission.
  • The museum is wheelchair-accessible.
  • There are often evening concerts held at Mozarthaus’ vaulted Bösendorfer Hall, located on the underground level of the building. Check the museum’s event calendar for upcoming performances.
  • There is a gift shop stocked with Mozart-themed souvenirs and CDs, and a small self-service café area.
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How to get there

Mozarthaus Vienna is located at Domgasse 5 in the heart of Vienna’s historic old town near the cathedral and can be reached by metro lines U1 and U3, getting off at the Stephansplatz station. Bus lines 1A, 2A, or 3A (Stephansplatz stop) also run near the museum.

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When to get there

The museum and Mozart’s apartment are open throughout the year from morning until early evening. Concerts in the museum’s hall are generally held in the evening.

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Music-themed Highlights in Vienna

Vienna and music have been intertwined for centuries, and many of the greatest composers and musicians in European history have made their start in this city. Walk in the footsteps of the likes of Mozart, Beethoven, and Brahms at sights like the Vienna Musikverein, Vienna State Opera (Wiener Staatsoper), and the Central Cemetery (Wiener Zentralfriedhof), where the tombs of Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Johann Strauss, and others are located.

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