Mozarthaus Vienna

Between 1784 and 1787, Mozart, one of the greatest composers of all time, lived in this apartment in Domgasse with his family. It remains his only surviving Viennese residence.

The apartment where Mozart lived with his family has been converted into a museum dedicated to the life and works of the iconic musical genius. 

The visit

the Mozarthaus covers three flours: the tour starts on the third floor, which exhibits interesting facts about the years Mozart spent in Vienna. Learn about the places where he performed, the people he counted amongst his friends and his involvement in Freemasonry as well as much more.

On the second floor, explore exhibitions dedicated to Mozart's musical work and his cooperation with musical colleagues such as Libretti.

The first floor houses the recreation of the living spaces of Mozart and his family. Their home here was the largest, most elegant and most expensive apartment of the many they lived in, and is the only one of his Viennese residences that is still intact today. You can follow in the footsteps of the great composer throughout the different rooms, which are filled with pictures and information to help you imagine how Mozart lived.

The museum also puts on temporary special exhibitions throughout the year, which are well worth a visit for those interested in Mozart and the musical heritage of Vienna.

Schedule

Daily from 10 am to 7 pm.

Price

Adults: €11.00.
Students, seniors and Vienna Card holders: €9.00.
Children and teenagers up to 19 years: €4.50.
Vienna Pass holders: free entry.

Ticket to Mozart's House € 11

Transport

Metro: Stephansplatz, line U1; Stubentor, line U3.
Tram: Stubentor, line 2.
Bus: Zedlitzgasse/Riemergasse, line 1A.

Nearby places

Stephansdom Cathedral (182 m) Peterskirche Vienna (431 m) Imperial Crypt (477 m) Stadtpark (525 m) Clock Museum (558 m)