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I had gotten a combo ticket with Mozart's birthplace, so I came here. I like that it's across the river, so you can do some more adventuring. When I was here it had a strong focus on Mozart's family rather than Mozart himself. I spent...More
We enjoyed the Mozart Residence Museum which was mainly about Leopold Mozart, the father of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It was very informative and the audio guide was excellent. Paintings and copies of music illustrated the story of how Wolfgang's career developed. Well worth a visit....More
On 3 levels, sometimes lines to get in but not terrible. Go early in day if warm out, rooms do have fans though. I was pleasantly surprised at museum and glad we didn't skip it, since we had 3 nights in Salzburg. Not a must...More
When I visited the Mozart Residence, there was a special exhibit about Wolfgang’s father Leopold. I found the exhibit very interesting as it cast a very different light on Leopold compared to how he’s portrayed in the movie Amadeus. My only complaint was that I...More
The birth house of Mozart is in The down town Salzburg. There are his letters and childhood equipments tools. Instruments. You should visit if you interested in Classical Music and Mozart. My children enjoyed it because they like Classical Music too much and Mozart.
We reached there at 7.45 pm after seeing the fortress Hohensalzburg,hence we couldn't go inside.
Mozart lived here . It is actually an apartment, converted into Museum. Original artefacts kept here and we were told that multimedia shows were conducted about his life and works.
A very beautiful area for great photo shoots and some history.
Be aware of overpriced Mozart chocolate shops. You are better off visiting an Austrian supermarket and buy similar products for much less. There are too many of them anyway, littering the city center with...More