His apartment on the first floor was positively grand, with four large rooms, two small ones and a kitchen. His whole life long, he attached great importance to outward appearances, so smart clothes and buckled shoes were a must for him.
Wolfgang Amadeus probably spent the happiest years of his life here. At all events, he lived here for longer than in any other apartment. Particularly during this period, Mozart was a celebrated composer, had an illustrious circle of friends, and was asked to give countless concerts at the houses of the nobility.
And it was here at Domgasse that he also penned his best compositions, including what is perhaps his most popular opera The Marriage of Figaro.
W. A. Mozart: "I confess all these, my sins, in the hope that I may be permitted to confess them more often."
The Mozart House was opened on Mozart's 250th birthday on January 27, 2006, on a total of three floors. On the second floor W.A. Mozart lived with his family from 1784 to 1787. It is the only Viennese Mozart apartment that has been preserved to this day.
Visitors are immersed in the vibrant world of Mozart, experiencing his bounteous genius and creativity, his family, and his friends and foes in Vienna of the late Baroque. Become acquainted with Mozart’s enigmatic personality – an experience par excellence!
Mozarthaus Vienna is also a great place for kids - special audio guides for children are available for free (as well as adult versions).
Your benefit with the Vienna City Card: -18%
Standard ticket price: 12€, reduced price: 10€ /
Family ticket: 25€, reduced price: 22€ /
Available on site and at ticket.viennacitycard.at
- Combination ticket with the House of Music: 22 €
- Mo - Su, 10:00 - 18:00
- no steps (Double swinging doors250 cm wide)
- Door 90 cm wide
- Wheelchair accessible restroom available.
Access to all exhibition rooms and the events hall: no steps.
- Main entrance