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Guided Group Tours

Tel: +43 (0) 662 844 313-91

Getreidegasse 9

Fax: +43 (0) 662 84 06 93

museum.service@mozarteum.at

 

The two Mozart museums offer a varied program of guided tours. Depending on the varying interests and age groups of individual visitors, groups, and school classes, the information about the life and music of Wolfgang Amadé Mozart is geared to the appropriate age and specific interest.

Guided tours are only available by upon request.

Public Guided Tours

Unfortunately we do not offer regular public tours. But we appreciate your private booking:

Maria Erker
Tel: +43 (0) 662 844 313-91

museum.service@mozarteum.at

 

The next public guided tour:

Friday, September 21, 2018

CARL THOMAS MOZART:
THEMED GUIDED TOUR ON OCCASION OF HIS BIRTHDAY

Guided tour at Mozart’s birthplace, 2pm

Who was Carl Thomas Mozart? In addition to the famous father Wolfgang Amadé Mozart and his musical brother Franz Xaver Wolfgang, Carl Thomas is the eldest son of the Salzburg music genius almost forgotten. We kindly invite you to join us!

Group visits & School groups without a guided tour

No reservation is required if the group does not desire a guided tour.

There is a group discount for 10 people or more:

9.- € per person (15.- € combined ticket)

From 15 people, one person is admitted free of charge (every 16th)

 

School groups (up 18 yeras of age):

Admission fee when in a school group 3.00 € (4.50 € combined ticket),

For every ten students, one supervising adult is admitted for free.

Payment by voucher possible only after a written agreement has been obtained!

Guided tours through Mozart's Birthplace

The guided tour through the ‘Wolfgang Amadé Mozart: The Daily Life of Child Prodigy’ exhibition takes approximately 1 hour.(max. 25 people or 1 school class)

Admission fees:
German: 59.- € plus museum admission fee
English, French, Italian, Spanish: 70.- € plus museum admission fee

Please book two weeks prior to your visit!

Special guided tours and guided tours in the evening

Are you interested in experiencing Mozart’s music in an authentic setting?

Upon request, we are happy to organize a short piano presentation for your group when you visit Mozart’s Birthplace – whether during the day or outside the regular opening hours. Discover the original sound of Mozart on a fortepiano dating from the 18th century and learn more about keyboard instruments from Mozart’s era.

Duration: approx. 20 minutes

Fee: 210.- €, plus the museum admission fee

Exclusively Mozart

Would you like to show Mozart’s Birthplace to your friends in a particularly exclusive and intimate atmosphere, away from the streams of visitors?

Then you might desire an evening tour of the former living quarters of the Mozart family – with or without music.

Fees:
Museum access (outside the regular opening hours, including staff): 360.- € plus museum admission fee
Guided tour: 59.- € in German; 70.-€ in English, French, Italian, Spanish
Piano concert: 280.- €

Guided group tours through Mozart’s Residence

We are happy to organize an individual guided tour upon request.
The tour lasts approximately 1 hour.
(max. 25 people or 1 school class)

Fees:
German: 59.- € plus the museum admission fee
English, French, Italian, Spanish: 70.- € plus the museum admission fee

Guided tours Autograph Vault

Guided tours Mozart Week 2019

 

Friday, January 25, 15:00 Uhr
Monday, January 28, 14:00 Uhr
Tuesday, January 29, 14:00 Uhr
Wednesday,  January 30, 10:00 Uhr
Thursday, January 31, 16:00 Uhr
Friday, February 1, 10:00 Uhr

 

Mozart Residence, Makartplatz 8. Limited number of participants (20 people). Meeting point: cash desk of the Mozart Residence. Free tickets available at the ticket office of the Mozarteum Foundation.

The Bibliotheca Mozartiana of the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation presents in its Autograph Vault (which is not open for the public on a regular basis) a collection of precious Mozart originals. On display are, amongst others, the newly acquired letter by Mozart to Anton Stoll from July 12, 1791, which was thought to be lost, as well as the original Mozart portrait by Doris Stock.