Mozart's BirthplaceMozart Gerburtshaus
Building where Mozart was born. Now a museum displaying memorabilia related to him such as some of his first instruments.
Getreidegasse 9, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
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More information about Mozart's Birthplace
Daily: 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. ( - 8 p.m. July, August)
Last admission 30 minutes before closing.
Students, Seniors: €8.50
Youth (15-18): €4
Children (6-14), Disabled: €3.50
Children under 6: free
Combined ticket (Bithplace and Mozart Residence):
Students, Seniors: €14
Youth (15-18): €6
Children (6-14), Disabled: €5
Children under 6: free
Phone: +43 662 844 313
Attractions near to Mozart's Birthplace
UNESCO World Heritage Site. Renowned Baroque architecture characterises the well preserved city centre. A must-see.
The busiest street in the city full of expensive shops, restaurants and boutiques; truly a centre of the city.
Baroque dominant of the city. Beautifully painted interior encompasses the famous 4000-pipe organ. A magnificent building.
More than 900 years old landmark towering over the city. Take a guided tour into the castle to discover the glamour of its interiors!
A square boasting a statue dedicated to Mozart. Very touristy as much as the Getreidegasse is, but still worth visiting.
This palace now serves as a seat of government offices. Set in a beautiful garden that is a perfect place for strolling and relaxing.
The heart of the city centre dominated by a giant marble fountain. It is noted for its rich iconography including horses and mythical figures.
Historical marketplace. The weekly market operated here since 13th century until it moved to University Square in 1857.
Another museum of Mozart that focuses predominantly on his work – apart from the interior you will see his letters and scores.
Try the real Mozart balls at a confectionery where they originated. The recipe remains unchanged and the café is still run by the same family.