Mozarthaus Vienna: Apartment and museum

The original rooms of the great composer

Mozarthaus Vienna represents the only Viennese home of music genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart that has been preserved until today. In addition to that, this home is the most beautiful and largest apartment that Mozart was ever able to afford. Moreover, he composed more here than anywhere else.

Ansicht des Eingangsbereichs des Mozarthauses
Mozarthaus © Mozarthaus Vienna/David Peters

In addition to the original premises, multimedia installations also give a great insight into the life and success of the great artist. The museum is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The lower floor is also home to the famous Bösendorfer Hall, which has hosted a diverse ongoing concert programme since 2010.

360-degree view of the building:

Mozart’s apartment

Wolfgang Amadé Mozart lived in these 4 rooms with 2 small rooms and a kitchen with his family from 1784 to 1787. During this time he composed works such as “Le Nozze di Figaro” or part of the “Haydn-Quartette”. This apartment was also the largest and most expensive in which the composer had ever lived. It is the only one of Mozart’s apartments in Vienna that could be preserved – together with images and documents, furniture, and other objects from Mozart’s time.

Mozart's Arbeitzimmer wird hier vermutet
Alleged “study” © Mozarthaus Vienna/David Peters

Further exhibition areas

The third floor presents the personal and societal situation of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Vienna. Meanwhile, a multimedia installation takes visitors through all of the composer’s homes during his years in Vienna.

Ausstellungsraum des Komponisten Mozart in Wien
Mozart’s exhibition room © Mozarthaus Vienna/David Peters

The second floor deals with Mozart’s most significant musician and composer associates, among other things – as well as with his collaboration with the librettist Lorenzo da Ponte (operas: “Le nozze di Figaro”, “Don Giovanni”). Here, historical stucco ceilings and murals whisk visitors away to the decorative past. Furthermore, this floor presents an overview of Mozart in his old age and a theatre & media installation on “The Magic Flute” and “Figaro Parallelo”.

Spielzimmer von Mozart wird hier vermutet
Alleged “playroom” © Mozarthaus Vienna/David Peters

Guestroom with historical chair:

Gästezimmer mit historischem Möbelstück aus Mozarts Zeit,Guestroom with historical furniture © Mozarthaus Vienna/David Peters

The Bösendorfer Hall at Mozarthaus

A multifunctional event location has been created from the historical baroque vault in the 2nd basement of Mozarthaus Vienna: A cooperation with the world-famous piano manufacturer, Bösendorfer, has existed since 2010, hence the hall being named the Bösendorfer Hall ever since. This features an exciting concert programme – all year round.

How to reach the Mozarthaus

Address: Domgasse 5, 1010 Vienna
Public transport: Underground lines U1, U3 (station: Stephansplatz), bus line 1A (station: Stephansplatz)

Further information on the opening hours of the museum.