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Tickets to Mozarthaus Vienna with Audio Guide

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  • Set foot in the only Viennese apartment of Mozart's that has been preserved.
  • Inside the flat, explore a presentation of the times in which Mozart lived here and some of his most important works.
  • Discover 3 exhibition floors that cover Mozart's years in Vienna, where he reached his prime of creative achievement.
  • Your ticket also includes a free audio guide available in 13 languages, that you can use to learn more about Mozarthaus Vienna.
  • Pick from a 1, 2, 3 or 6-day Vienna Pass to enjoy fast-track entry to 70+ attractions, unlimited HOHO bus rides with a free guidebook and city map.
  • Did you know? The great composer lived here between 1784 and 1787 and created more music here than anywhere else.
  • Facilities: Cloakroom.
  • The audio guide is available in English, Spanish, Slovak, Hungarian, Czech, French, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Polish, and Russian.
  • Apart from the permanent exhibition, your ticket includes access to a special exhibition that takes place here every year.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
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Vienna, the capital of Austria, is a city brimming with rich history, imperial grandeur, and cultural treasures. Known for its stunning architecture, captivating music, and vibrant atmosphere, Vienna offers a multitude of attractions. Among them stands the Mozarthaus, a place of immense historical importance. This is where the legendary composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived from 1784 to 1787, composing some of his most renowned works. The Mozarthaus serves as a testament to Mozart's life and artistry, allowing visitors to explore his former residence and gain insights into his creative genius.

Keep reading to find valuable information about ticket options, visitor tips, and fascinating details about Mozarthaus that will make your trip immensely fulfilling!

All Your Mozarthaus Ticket Options Explained

Embark on a delightful journey through the life and music of Mozart at Mozarthaus Vienna. Discover the ticket options available that would offer a unique way to immerse yourself in the world of this legendary composer.


What is the Best Way To Book Mozarthaus Tickets? Book Online

By purchasing tickets online, save time and ensure a seamless experience at Mozarthaus. Discover the following advantages of online ticketing:

  • Advance Booking: Skip the queues and guarantee your entry by booking in advance.
  • Convenience: Easily select your preferred date and time from the comfort of your own home.
  • Discounts: Avail exclusive discounts or package deals when you book your tickets online.

Mozarthaus Highlights


Mozart's Apartment

Walk through the rooms where Mozart and his family resided, including his composing room, where he crafted his magnificent symphonies.


Musical Salon

Step into a recreated musical salon where Mozart performed and witness the intimate gatherings where his melodies enchanted aristocrats and artists alike.


Interactive Exhibits

Engage with interactive exhibits that bring Mozart's music to life, allowing you to conduct a virtual orchestra or try your hand at composing.


Original Instruments

Marvel at the collection of original instruments, including Mozart's very own fortepiano, which transported his melodies into the hearts of audiences centuries ago.


Manuscripts and Letters

Discover the secret world of Mozart through handwritten manuscripts and letters, offering a glimpse into his creative process and personal musings.


Period Furniture and Decor

Admire the exquisite period furniture and decor that adorned Mozart's residence, giving insight into the elegant lifestyle of the late 18th century.

Plan Your Visit To Mozarthaus

Getting There
Visitor Tips

Entry hours: 10 AM to 6 PM

Last entry: 5.30 PM

Closed on: Monday

Best time to visit: Visit during weekdays or non-peak hours to avoid large crowds and fully immerse yourself in the experience.


Address: A-1010 Vienna, Domgasse 5

Find on Maps

  • By Bus: Get on line 1A from Oper (State Opera)
    Closest bus stop: Stephansplatz, which is around 5 minutes away from the museum.
  • By Subway: Step on line U1 from Wien Mitte
    Closest subway station: Stephansplatz, which is around 5 minutes from Mozarthaus.
  • By Car: From Wien Mitte, it takes about 10-15 minutes by car to reach Mozarthaus Vienna.
    Closest parking lot: BOE Garage Franz Josefs Kai, which is a short 3-4 minute walk from the museum.
  • Audio guides for an immersive experience.
  • Captivating multimedia presentations that will offer deep insight into Mozart’s life.
  • Children’s area with engaging exhibits and activities.
  • Gift shop where you can buy souvenirs and music-related mementos to take home.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the museum.
  • Convenient washroom facilities all around the museum.
  • Cloakroom to safely secure your precious belongings.
  • Wheelchair accessibility throughout the museum.
  • Elevator access to all floors.
  • Restrooms with accessibility provisions.
  • Braille and tactile signage for visually impaired visitors.
  • Audio description guides for the visually impaired.
  • Hearing loop systems for visitors with hearing impairments.
  • Service animals are welcome.
  • Figlmüller Wollzeile: Famous for their schnitzels, this restaurant is just a 3-minute walk from Mozarthaus and serves delicious food for around €30-40.
  • Café Diglas: A charming Viennese café serving coffee, cakes, and light meals. It's a 5-minute walk from Mozarthaus, and you can grab a quick bite for around €20-25.
  • Trzesniewski: Enjoy traditional open-faced sandwiches in this historic establishment, an 8-10 minute walk from Mozarthaus. The average price for two is around €10-15.
  • Zanoni & Zanoni: Indulge in a wide range of gelato flavors and sweet treats at this gelateria, just a 5-minute walk from Mozarthaus, for an average price for two at €10-15.
  • Please avoid making excessive noise to maintain a serene atmosphere for all visitors.
  • Do not touch or tamper with the exhibits, as they are fragile and of historical significance.
  • Food and drinks are not allowed inside the premises.
  • Try to avoid carrying any large baggage into the museum.
  • Wearing an FFP2 mask is recommended for your safety as well as other visitors.
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  • Jewish Museum (2.3 km): Explore Vienna's Jewish community's rich history, culture, and contributions through engaging exhibitions and interactive displays.
  • Sigmund Freud Museum (3.1 km): Discover the life and groundbreaking theories of Sigmund Freud, the influential founder of psychoanalysis, at his former residence turned museum.
  • Wiener Riesenrad (3.6 km): Experience the iconic Viennese Giant Ferris Wheel, offering panoramic city views while enjoying a joyous ride.
  • Chocolate Museum (4.2 km): Indulge your senses in the world of chocolate, learning about its origins and production, and savoring delicious samples along the way.
  • Allow ample time to fully immerse yourself in the world of Mozart at Mozarthaus Vienna.
  • Consider purchasing tickets online in advance to skip the queues and ensure a smooth entry.
  • Capture memorable moments, but remember to be respectful of others and avoid using flash photography inside the museum.
  • Plan your visit during weekdays or early morning hours to avoid larger crowds.
  • Enjoy a moment of relaxation at the museum's café, savoring Viennese delights and reflecting on your Mozart journey.

Frequently Asked Questions About Mozarthaus Tickets

How long should I spend at Mozarthaus?

Plan for approximately 2-3 hours to fully explore Mozarthaus and appreciate its exhibits.

Is it worth visiting Mozarthaus?

Absolutely! Mozarthaus offers a unique glimpse into the life and works of Mozart, making it a must-visit for music enthusiasts and history buffs.

What are the ticket options for Mozarthaus?

Headout offers an audio-guided tour to Mozarthaus.

Can I purchase Mozarthaus tickets online?

Yes, an online ticket purchase is available and recommended to help skip the queues and ensure a smooth entry.

Are guided tours available at Mozarthaus?

While guided tours are unavailable, audio-guided tours for Mozarthaus provide an informative and immersive experience.

Are there any audio guides available in languages other than English?

Yes, audio guides for Mozarthaus are available in 13 languages, including German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Korean, Russian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, Chinese, and Japanese.

Are there discounts available for Mozarthaus tickets?

Yes, discounted tickets for Mozarthaus are available for students, seniors, and young adults ages 4-19. Infants under the age of 3 are allowed to enter for free.

Can I take photographs inside Mozarthaus?

Non-flash photography is generally permitted for personal use but remember to be considerate of other visitors and the museum's guidelines.

Is Mozarthaus wheelchair accessible?

Yes, Mozarthaus is wheelchair accessible, ensuring that visitors of all abilities can enjoy the museum.

Can I bring my children to Mozarthaus?

Mozarthaus welcomes visitors of all ages. Children can engage with interactive exhibits and enjoy a learning experience tailored to their interests.