Mozarts Geburtshaus

Mozarts Geburtshaus

Getreidegasse 9, A-5020 Salzburg
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Tel.: +43-662-84 43 13
Fax: +43-662-84 06 93


Täglich: 09:00 - 17:30
Juli und August: 08:30 - 19:00
Letzter Einlass: 30 Minuten vor Schließung



Makartplatz 8, A-5020 Salzburg
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Tel.: +43-662-874227-40
Fax: +43-662-87 42 27 83


Täglich: 09:00 - 17:30
Juli und August: 09:00 - 20:00
Letzter Einlass: 30 Minuten vor Schließung

Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg

Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg

Schwarzstr. 26, A-5020 Salzburg
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Großer Saal & Wiener Saal

Mag. Reinhard Haring
Vermietung, Disposition
Tel. +43 (0) 662 889 40 22

Bibliotheca Mozartiana

Dr. Armin Brinzing
Bibliotheca Mozartiana (Leitung)
Tel: +43 (0) 662 889 40 13
Fax: +43 (0) 662 889 40 50


The Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation owns two of Salzburg’s most important historic sites: Mozart’s Birthplace and the Mozart Residence. With our museum educational programmes we would like to invite children, families, young people and those young at heart to trace the footsteps of the child prodigy Wolfgang Amadé Mozart.

We have evolved guided tours and workshops especially for playgroups and school classes. Based on fascinating anecdotes, original objects and musical examples, our young visitors learn more about Mozart’s life and legacy.

Guided Tours (for all ages)

Guided Tours through Mozart’s Birthplace

  • Mozart – The early childhood of a genius (3-6)
  • Mozart – life in Salzburg in the 18th century (6-11)
  • Nannerl Mozart – her life as a pianist, in the church, and as a housewife (8-13)
  • Special guided tour: Music and Opera (8-13)
  • Mozart – Not just in Salzburg (10-14)

    Guided Tours through the Mozart Residence

  • Mozart – Ideal and Truth (6-14)
  • The Private Life of the Mozart Family (7-13)
  • Wanted – Mozart, over and over again  (14-18)


NEW: History Laboratory 

The history laboratory is a new form of museum education programme focusing on individual research and discovery.

The aim is to give schoolchildren the possibility of achieving their own results in research.

Mozart – Preserved?

Mozart died not quite 260 years ago.  For over 120 years attempts have been made to document his music and to preserve it for posterity.  This history laboratory offers the chance in the Mozart Audio and Film Museum of becoming acquainted with media from the past such as 78 rpm records, wax cylinders, and piano rolls, and to find out more about how the oldest recordings were preserved and how the process functions nowadays.  At the end comes the question: how would you record music nowadays so that it can be played still in 120 years?

Women in Mozart’s Time

Taking the example of three very different women various images about the everyday life of women in Mozart’s time are studied.  What chances of education and a future did women have 260 years ago?  Letters and diaries from Anna Maria Mozart, Nannerl Mozart and Constanze Weber give insights into past times.

The Reception History of Mozart’s Life and Œuvre

The aim of this history laboratory is to understand and study the academic problems related to portrayals of Mozart.  We compare pictures from the museums and portrayals in films from the Mozart Audio and Video Collection of the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation from 1909 to nowadays. This history laboratory asks above all how the “stereotype” image of Mozart has changed over the course of time, whether there were trivializations, ideals of handsomeness or certain characteristics of recognition, and whether these were perhaps even problematical for research concerning Mozart.

Workshops in our museums (6-18 years of age)

  • Dancing, jumping animals“ (6-12)
  • Dice roll and pins fall (6-18)
  • Fans, minuets and Don Giovanni (7-14)
  • Mozart’s Magic Flute in sound and vision (8-10)
  • Mobile Phone Quiz (10-14)
  • Children’s Holiday Week with Mozart (8-12)

Mozart Audio and Film Collection (for all ages)

The Mozart Audio and Video Collection of the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation is an audio-visual archive which contains a large number of audio and film documents about the life and work of Wolfgang Amadé Mozart. The collection numbers 25,000 sound recordings, 3,000 video productions, and numerous motion pictures, animated films, documentaries and opera productions especially for children and adolescents.



Maria Erker
Getreidegasse 9
5020 Salzburg
Tel.: +43-662-84 43 13 - 91
Fax: +43-662-84 06 93


CONTACT Audio and Film Collection

Stephanie Krenner
Markartplatz 8
5020 Salzburg
Tel.: +43-662-84 43 13 - 91
Fax: +43-662-84 06 93

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