Mozart Birthplace and Residence in SalzburgSalzburg Mozart
located in No. 9 Getreidegasse, is where Leopold Mozart's family lived from 1747 until 1773. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born here on January 27, 1756.
Today the rooms once occupied by the Mozart family are home to a museum. The most famous exhibits include Mozart's childhood violin, his concert violin, his clavichord, the pianoforte, and portraits and correspondence of the Mozart family.
The museum is owned by the International Mozarteum Foundation.
The Mozart family lived in Mozart's Residence, 8 Makartplatz, from 1773 to 1787. Most of the building was destroyed by a bomb in 1944, with only the portal entrance and the "Dancing Master's Hall" surviving unscathed.
The building was restored to its original appearance by the Mozarteum Foundation. The reconstructed building was officially opened on 26 January 1996.Mozart Monument
Mozart square and monument
The Mozart Square with the Mozart monument and the Glockenspiel is an ideal starting point for a tour of the city.
The Trakl memorial is situated in the birthplace of the famous Salzburg poet, Georg Trakl, which is located on the adjoining Waagplatz.
The Mozart Square was created after Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich had numerous houses demolished.
Tickets - Salzburg Card for 24 hours
The Salzburg Card is the key to satisfying all your sightseeing wishes.
This all-inclusive card entitles you to free access to Salzburg's attractions in 24 hours.
The numerous advantages and discounts, as well as the complementary Salzburg Flyer, ensure that your stay is an enjoyable one.
With pleasure we can reserve for you the Salzburg Card.
Duration: 24 hours
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|01/11/13 - 30/04/14||23.-||11.50|
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