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Mozarts Geburtshaus, Salzburg

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History Museum · Historic Site
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Learn about the details of Mozart's childhood and his relationship with his family at Mozarts Geburtshaus. Exhibited instruments, documents, portraits, and family letters reveal his passionate interest in music--opera in particular. Start from the birth room on the third floor, where Mozart came into the world on January 27, 1756. Do not miss such rarities as his childhood violin or the clavichord upon which he composed "The Magic Flute." See the striking unfinished portrait of the composer that his brother-in-law painted two years before Mozart's death. Breathe in the atmosphere of the age on the first floor among original furniture from that time. Plan your visit to Mozarts Geburtshaus and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Salzburg road trip site.
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  • There's not a lot to see and learn. I logged into their WiFi but didn't seem to be able to download the audioguide ( neither could I with 4g ). I didn't learn much I didn't already know. 
    There's not a lot to see and learn. I logged into their WiFi but didn't seem to be able to download the audioguide ( neither could I with 4g ). I didn't learn much I didn't already know.  more »
  • Walking in his family's footsteps, reading through anecdotes of his early years, his sister and his father and enjoying early pianos and a violin display, all in all were a short (1.30 hour) but... 
    Walking in his family's footsteps, reading through anecdotes of his early years, his sister and his father and enjoying early pianos and a violin display, all in all were a short (1.30 hour) but...  more »
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  • Interesting museum with a lot of items on display. The most impressive item is an replica of historic grand piano and be able to hear what piano sounded like hundreds of years ago (nothing like a modern day Steinway grand piano by the way) is very interesting.
  • Nice collection and worth visiting if you are in Salzburg. It can get crowded so choose a quite time when there are less visitors so you can enjoy the tour. To activate the audio you would need to scan a code then download an app which was not convenient for me.

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