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Mozart-Wohnhaus, Salzburg
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See Mozart-Wohnhaus, where the famous composer and his family lived from 1773 to 1787--and where Mozart wrote his numerous pieces. Destroyed by a bomb in World War II, the home was reconstructed and opened for visitors in 1996. Explore the exhibits, walk where Mozart walked, and see a piano and a violin that he played. Learn about different phases of his life and work through photos, audio guides, displays, and letters written to and by Mozart. You'll also see the rooms of his father and sister, along with some personal effects. Put Mozart-Wohnhaus at the forefront of your travel plans using our Salzburg trip itinerary maker.
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  • For those on a pilgrimage, this and the Mozart Birth Place are a must. If you know a good bit about Mozart, you may not learn much new in either place. 
  • As a professional musician I found this museum particularly informative. I had previously been to the Birthplace but had not been here before. Finding the Residence so good I presumed that the birthpl...  more »
  • A very beautiful old House, where Mozart lived and which is now a museum. Crowds of tourists, various shops and a number of handcarts selling souvenirs dedicated to Mozart and his work. Very beautiful and unusual
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  • Ok to visit if you are a Mozart lover or have the Salzburg card which gets you in for free. There was not as much furniture and effects as I expected and it didnt really give that much clue as to how he lived. A little dissapointing.
  • The emphasis of the exhibits here is much more on his music and there’s an excellent collection of instruments. The museum also looks at how his image has been used in popular culture since his death. The audioguide adds a lot of value to the visit. Personally, I’m not convinced that the entry prices for both museums are justified because they really feel like half a site each (there is a combination ticket available).
  • good to see the instruments really Mozart played. good audio guide. i can listen to explanation with his music.
  • A must visit if you like classic music and Mozart. Historic and educational site. Lots to see and learn. Nice tour. Very attractive place to make photo's. We had a lot of fun. You have to climb some stairs.
  • Perhaps if you are a Mozart lover or have the Salzburg card visit. Otherwise just do the Geburtshaus (birthplace). Is small and really short for the €10 and focuses as much on his son as it does on daddy Mozart