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.