Very interesting audio tour. Would have been nice to have been able to see a few more actual items in the house, but the audio was very nice and the staff very helpful
Since the opera was close during summer vacations, we chose to go to Mozarthaus for a classic concert. The experience was just awesome. The concert was in Mozart's house, which gives it a special meaning. The "orchestra" was fabulous. They were only four - two violins, one viola and one cello, but was more than enough. The acoustic was perfect,... More
A group of 8 of us wanted to see some concerts while in Vienna Austria and we found Mozarfthaus which was terrific. It was in downtown Vienna. We bought the least expensive seats online about 2 0r 3 days before the concert date. When we arrived we found out that the room only held 60 people and our seats were... More
Our hotel concierge warned against us going here. No that it is bad, but there are a bunch of displays about this life, not a lot about his actual house. My girlfriend liked it, I thought it was a pass, do it gets an average grade.
This is the apartment where Mozart lived when composing Marriage of Figaro, so if you are a Mozart buff, particularly of his operas, you can happily spend a couple of hours here, roaming the rooms he lived in (not furnished but with examples of various types of pieces from the period) and looking out the windows at the streets he... More
We payed lots of money and saw nothing! Every thing is from the time of Mozart and almost nothing is an actual Mozart's. the apartment is not furnished so you get no feeling of Mozart's life. We recommend you to go someplace else. The only good thing is that the people running it is very nice.
Dear Mister or Miss, I'm sorry that your visit to the Museum of Mozart didn't live up to your expectations. Unfortunatelly you gave a rating to the CONCERTS in Mozart's house. Since, as I understand, you didn't visit either the concerts or the concert hall, I will kindly ask you to delete you your evaluation here and to do it... More
Like an open window to Mozart's life and soul, this little museum offers you an inside look to those small details of the composer's life : a note he left to his pupil, aletter from his father, cards he kept. the audio guide is very comprenehsive. If you are holding Austrian Airlines boarding pass you get a reduction.
For any music lover, being in the room were Mozart was born is humbling. (Although, it was such a dark room!) It was surprising how the lack of windows affected me. I loved seeing the actual way they heated their rooms with the finest ceramic heaters still in place..... although not working. learning about his sister who was also very... More
If you're interested in learning more about Mozart's personal life then this is ideal. It goes into a lot of detail of his lifestyle and his experiences. We felt it didn't go into too much detail about his composing but largely around his lifestyle.
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