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Panorama Museum, Salzburg
(3.4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • At a time when travel was still not as common, traveled across Europe and even further a man named Johann Michael Sattler and painted pictures of the sights and cities, which he had seen on his travels. From Salzburg, however, he painted even a vast panorama that he exhibited as a first "tourism promoters" in various European cities. Now, you can visit this monumental painting in the details with loving accuracy are shown, in Salzburg Residenzplatz 9. Who would like to see how Salzburg looked like 200 years ago and is how people have lived at that time, not out of place!
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  • When I heard panorama, I presumed it was 1 panorama, not a series of pictures. Wasn't too impressed and we'd left after 15 mins - thankful the entrance was included in the price of the Salzburg card. ...  more »
  • On a very wet day we visited the Panorama Museum, it was a small but very interesting museum. the pictures painted by the painter were very detailed and in very good shape. it was also very interestin...  more »
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  • Nothing much to see here I would say but since I have the salzburg card, why not? The main thing in here is the panorama room where you'll see an almost 360 degree view of a place and it is in so fine details that they even offer u a telescope for you to see the tiny details in the picture
  • The Panorama Museum is connected to the Salzburg Museum with an underground passage and you can get a combined ticket. It is basically just one room that has a 360 degree panorama of how Salzburg looked hundreds of years ago. Unless you are particularly interested in this kind of thing, I don’t think it’s worth the individual ticket price but it’s a nice addition to the Salzburg Museum if you’re using the Salzburg Card.
  • I'm surprised that the exhibition isn't free because there's isn't much else inside the museum. The free-to-visit exhibits before you enter the Panorama Museum is more interesting.
  • Even at only 3€, this is hardly worth the stop.
  • The "panoramic Museum" is "hidden", but is well worth the visit. Amazed, if you ever did a panoramic view of the Hohensalzburg Fortress and compares this with the painting in the Museum, it will be noted what you all recognize. The details are worth a closer look.
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