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Maria Erker

Getreidegasse 9, A - 5020 Salzburg

Tel:+43 (0) 662 844 313 91

Fax:+43 (0) 622 840 693

Everyone knows Wolfgang Amadé Mozart and the famous Mozart Museums – Mozart’s Birthplace and the Mozart Residence – in Salzburg. But what is behind the facades of the buildings in which Mozart once lived? Children, families, teenagers and the young at heart are invited to follow in the footsteps of the child prodigy.

 

Everyone knows Wolfgang Amadé Mozart and the famous Mozart Museums – Mozart’s Birthplace and the Mozart Residence – in Salzburg. But what is behind the facades of the buildings in which Mozart once lived? Children, families, teenagers and the young at heart are invited to follow in the footsteps of the child prodigy.

 

 

Guided tours for school classes and groups

Special guided tours are offered for kindergarten groups and school classes, during which young visitors can learn more about Mozart’s life and work through original showpieces, anecdotes and musical examples. On request, we also offer special tours for groups with special needs: integrative groups, groups with learning disabilities, groups with visually impaired or blind participants, groups with roller coasters (Mozart residence only) and tours for groups with German as a second language.

Guided tours in Mozart's Birthplace

Dates by arrangement

For 3 to 6 year olds
Mozart – early childhood of a genius

250 years ago a boy grew up in Salzburg who soon became famous throughout Europe. How old was he when he picked up a violin for the first time? Did he go to kindergarten or school? What was his favourite drink? And is it true that he composed his first piece of music at the age of six?

Duration approx. 60 minutes

For 6- to 11-year-olds
Mozart – Living and growing up in Salzburg in the 18th century

How long did Mozart live in Salzburg? How big was his parents’ apartment? Did he have his own nursery, did he go to school? Is it true that he could play the piano blindly and what did his first self-written notes look like?

Duration approx. 60 minutes

 

For 6- to 11-year-olds
Advent calendar
Guided tour & special workshop

45-minute action-packed guided tour for children through Mozart’s apartment in Mozart’s birthplace, Getreidegasse 9; joint crafting of a calendar of class events in the form of the Mozart birthplace. The calendar can be taken along.

Duration approx. 90 minutes

 

For 6- to 15-year-olds
Christmas with the Mozart family

The Mozart family lived 250 years ago in Salzburg. How was Christmas celebrated during this time? Did the Mozart’s also sing Christmas songs under the Christmas tree? Was there already an Advent calendar for the children? This dialogue tour answers questions about everyday life in the 18th century and at the same time tells many details about the life of the Mozart family.

Duration approx. 75 minutes

 

For 8- to 18-year-olds, age-adapted
Mozart’s birthplace – a house full of stories!

The yellow house in Getreidegasse is now world-famous for being the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadé Mozart. However, it is also a typical old house in Salzburg’s city centre, full of exciting stories. We walk together from the cellar to the roof of the house and get to know the most hidden corners of an 800-year-old house.

 

For 10 to 14 year olds
Mozart – more than just Salzburg

Mozart lived in Getreidegasse for 17 years. Soon after his move to the other side of the Salzach he left the town. What happened to him? Where did he go, which people were important to him? A tour that presents more than “the child prodigy”.

Duration approx. 60 minutes

Guided tours in the Mozart Residence

For 7- to 13-year-olds
Family Mozart – very private

In 1773 the Mozart family moved into the Tanzmeisterhaus. How can you imagine life there? Learn more about festivals, travels, concerts and the family life of the Mozarts. See instruments, books and pictures from the original time and experience the splendour of the in-house festival hall.

Duration approx. 60 minutes

For 7- to 15-year-olds
Nannerl Mozart – between piano, church and household

Maria Anna Walburga Ignatia Mozart, known as Nannerl, was more than just the sister of a child prodigy and genius: she was also a daughter, musician, piano teacher and piano wonder girl. And much more …

Duration approx. 60 minutes

For 7- to 14-year-olds
Leopold Mozart special tour

The musician and composer Leopold Mozart was for a long time “only” the father of the musical wunderkind Wolfgang Amadé Mozart. But he was also a famous personality of the 18th century. Together we will embark on an exciting journey into his life and works in the former Tanzmeisterhaus.

Duration approx. 60 minutes

Admission fees for Guided tours

Admission fees Mozart Museums

In parenthesis: Combi tickets for Birthplace and Residence

Children:
up to 6 years: free admisson
6-14 years: € 3,- (€ 5,-)
15-18 years: € 4,– (€ 6,–)

Families – 2 adults with children up to 18 years:
€ 23,– (€ 38,–)

Adults:
€ 11,– (€ 18,–)

School classes: € 3,- (€ 4,50)
Per 10 students one accompanying person free. Every further accompanying person: € 9.- (€  15,-)

Reduced for groups of 10 persons, students and seniors:
€ 9,- (€ 15,-)

 

Guided tours

for a school class or app.  30 persons in addition to the entry fee:
in German € 59,–,
in EN, FR, IT or ESP € 70,–