Experience, discover, explore! Visiting Salzburg’s museums is certainly worthwhile – and not just on rainy days!

For those interested in culture, a visit to the Residence Palace Museum, the Cathedral Museum and the museum atop the Mönchberg with its changing exhibits of international artists is a must. In the Salzburg Museum you can learn a lot about this beautiful city on the Salzach river – all the way back to its Roman roots.

The museum inside the Hohensalzburg Fortress provides visitors a glimpse into life in the Middle Ages under the leadership of Salzburg’s ruling prince-archbishops.

In the Museum of Nature, children become junior researchers and learn first-hand about local and exotic animals and plants. A visit to the Toy Museum in Salzburg is like taking a trip back in time. Here you will find Austria’s largest collection on the history of European toys from the last 250 years.

Enjoy the museums in the city of Salzburg.

Experience, discover, explore: A visit to the museums in Salzburg is worth it - not only in bad weather!



The unique tour through the baroque heart of Salzburg

The entire tour through the DomQuartier includes:

  • The opulent rooms of the Residenz (Residence)
  • The Residenzgalerie (Residence Gallery)
  • The Dommuseum (Cathedral Museum)
  • The Museum St. Peter

Opening Hours: Wednesday to Monday: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM July and August: Daily from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Enjoy your visit to the baroque heart of Salzburg!

Mozart's Residence

Mozart's Residence

From 1773 to 1787, the Mozart family lived in the "Tanzmeisterhaus" located at today's Makartplatz. The spacious eight-room apartment on the first floor now houses a museum.

Take about 1.5 hours of your time and discover Mozart's Residence. With the Salzburg Card, you will receive free admission.

Opening Hours: Daily from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM December 24th: 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (last entry 30 minutes before closing time)

Enjoy your visit to Mozart's Residence!

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