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Open door at the Mozarthaus Vienna
27th of January 2019, 10 am until 7 pm

On the occasion of Mozart's Birthday on the 27th of January visitors can discover the museum for free.

We offer guided tours through the museum and the special exhibition, the workshop "Mozart's musical club" and Mozart piano concerts in the Bösendorfer Hall at Mozarthaus Vienna.

Immerse yourself in the world of Mozart.


Guides tours *
12 am, 2 pm, 4 pm, 6 pm, meeting point: courtyard

Workshop „Mozart’s musical Club“ *
11 am and 1 pm, meeting point: courtyard

Piano concerts with music by Wolfgang Amadé Mozart
3 pm and 5 pm, 2nd basement

* These programs are in german


An exhibition of the Austrian National Library in Mozarthaus Vienna

The name Wolfgang Amadé Mozart stands for musical perfection and a superlative genius. Yet how did Mozart achieve worldwide renown, and how did his fame spread?

During his lifetime Mozart had in some cases been awarded the status of the extraordinary, especially by his great contemporary Joseph Haydn. It was Haydn who, in 1785, said to Mozart’s father Leopold that his son was “the greatest composer I know in person and by name” and in a letter dated December 20, 1791, shortly after Mozart’s death, Haydn wrote to Marianne von Genzinger, “Not in a hundred years will posterity again see such talent.”

On October 29, 1792, Ferdinand Graf Waldstein wrote in the album of the young Ludwig van Beethoven, who was about to set off for Vienna, “Mozart’s genius is still grieving and lamenting the death of his pupil [...] By constant diligence you will receive Mozart’s spirit from Haydn’s hands.”

The aim of this exhibition is to show this process of how people became aware of Mozart’s greatness and make it possible to experience and comprehend the unbroken, indeed increased popularity of his oeuvre after his death on the basis of a variety of aspects.

More Information

Online Catalogue

Opening of the Special Exhibition

Special exhibition “Mozart on the Way to Immortality. Genius and Posterity” © Mozarthaus Vienna/Eva Kelety/Österreichische Nationalbibliothek

Our neighboring museum on Stephansplatz, Dom Museum Wien has reopened following a comprehensive redesign.

Besides highlights such as the portrait of Hapsburg Duke Rudolf IV., largely considered to be the oldest portrait of the western world, and historic treasures from St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the museum boasts a large collection of modern and contemporary art. As of October, Mozarthaus Vienna and Dom Museum Wien will offer a combined ticket, allowing individual guests as well as groups to experience both museums, which are located a mere 100 meters apart, in the heart of Vienna’s historic city center.

Dom Museum Wien, Stephansplatz 6. www.dommuseum.at info@dommuseum.at

© Dom Museum Wien;Mozarthaus Vienna/David Peters