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Johann Strauss Museum, Vienna

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The Museum of the Strauss Dynasty in Vienna is a museum dedicated to the Strauss family: Johann I, Johann II, Josef, Eduard and Johann III.MuseumThe Museum of the Strauss Dynasty was founded by the private association Kulturverein Wiener Blut and presents many items from the collection of the association, as well as items loaned by the Strauss family and others. Following a special preview evening on 15 March 2015, it was opened to the general public on 18 March.Across seven rooms, visitors can learn biographical detail of all members of the Strauss family, as well as the historical and sociological background of Vienna in the 19th century. Conveniently situated "listening stations" in each room permit the visitor to hear pieces of music relevant to the information displayed.The museum is located at Müllnergasse 3, A-1090 Vienna.
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  • Johann Strauss (1825 – 1899) was the most successful son of Vienna’s waltz dynasty. In this apartment in 1867, he composed the world-famous waltz “The Blue Danube”, Austria‘s “unofficial anthem”. Joha...  more »
  • What a WONDERFUL museum! Each room has a different theme with documents, memorabilia, photographs and a selection of musical extracts on loads of CDs to reinforce and/or explain the information. All t...  more »
  • It's a small museum situated quite a way from the centre of the city but easy journey on the metro system. As you come up from the Nestroyplatz station, the musuem building is a short distance away on...  more »