Mozart’s birth house is in Getreidegasse, in the heart of Salzburg. Here, in 1747 the young Leopold Mozart and his wife Anna Maria Walburga settled, in a flat on the third floor where they lived 26 years. In 1880, the house turned to be the museum that every year attracts millions of visitors. Inside, you can admire the violin the child prodigy used to play, his clavichord, official documents, letters and portraits, together with common objects and Mozart’s original furniture.
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Salzburg is home to the residence of the world-renowned composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart’s residence is open to public. The house is also known by the name ‘Tanzmeisterhaus’. It displays some of Mozart’s musical instruments and memorabilia. Mozart lived in... more this house from 1773 to 1780, while his family resided here from 1773 to 1787. Various guided tours are organised for tourists to view this house. In most tours, handheld devices are given to tourists so they can listen to some musical extracts and the commentary. The house also holds the Mozart Ton-und sound and film archives, which attracts various research students and Mozart fans. These archives form a part of the International Mozarteum Foundation. There is gift shop where one can buy memorabilia and there is also the “Classic Café” where one can partake of a hearty ‘Goulaschsuppe’ and a ‘Weissen Bier’ at reasonable prices. With its location in the centre of the Old City, the spot is a wonderful place to explore.
In 1996, Mozart’s Residence was open to public. The museum documents the history of the Mozart residence, his family and also focuses on the life and work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The three floors of his birthplace are set up... more as a museum. His original instruments and some authentic portraits are centered features of the museum. The exhibition at the museum, Everyday Life of a prodigy is totally dedicated to the Mozart family life.