Go to see the musical instruments and portraits since there is nothing else personal about this tour. Was disappointed with the lack of personal items.
It’s very interesting to see how Mozart lived in this house. There’re several old time musical instruments made from wood displayed. They kept several items related to Mozart here. The items are kept in good condition. From this place, I learned that there’re many portraits that couldn’t be identified if he is Mozart especially when he was in childhood. If... More
We were fairly excited to be seeing the place where Mozart had lived, unfortunately, this museum was a big let down. I would suggest going to the Mozart Gerburtshaus, which is in the middle of the old city, if you really want to learn about Mozart's life. The Wohnhaus museum is very small and mostly talks about the mystery of... More
Very happy we went to the Mozart Dinner Concert and toured his Birth Place first. If this had been our first we might have not gone to the other two. The home is located across the river from the old town and easy to find. The audio tour is a must if you do not know the local language. Mostly... More
This is an unusual museum, it seems most of the attention is given to the debate over the authenticity of pictures and portraits of the famous man. This must be of importance here in Salzburg, perhaps not-so-much to us outsiders. BUT! The short film at the beginning of the displays is worth the ticket price, in my opinion. This well-done... More
This tiny museum contained a few musical instruments and the rest were pictures of Mozart, some believed to be actual portraits, others not. They show the composer at various ages but, for the most part, they all look alike. We were in and out of there in ten minutes. Not worth the price of admission!
This is not the museum to come to if you want an introduction to the life and music of Mozart or if you would like a recreation of the rooms in which he would have lived. The exhibit has already been well described by recent reviewers and, while we found the audio guide informative, its focus was too narrow. The... More
This place is mostly paintings and other images of people that might or might not be Mozart. I got the audio guide, which gave rather long explanations of most of the stuff in this museum. I didn't find it all that interesting. You can pick up a few things about Mozart, but not what I expected. Without the audio guide... More
A good addition to visiting Mozart's birthplace but if you have only time or cash to visit one, then this is the one to leave out. This house is full of Mozart pictures and details of the provenance of each one - many were fakes from the 1800's! Sadly it also illustrates just how much precious history was lost in... More
I am a big Mozarz fan and I expected a lot. However, there are so little to see for high price. I do not recommended it at all.
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