CATCH THE SOUND.
Haus der Musik invites you to a discovery trip into the world of music.
HAUS DER MUSIK is an interactive discovery museum located in the heart of Vienna's first district nestled between St. Stephen's Cathedral and the Vienna State Opera. A host of interactive installations playfully communicate openness to new things, understanding and enthusiasm in approaching music HAUS DER MUSIK was awarded the Austrian Museum Prize for its innovative design and is located in the former Palais of Archduke Charles. A total of 5,000 square meters has been set aside exclusively for areas dedicated to a wide array of approaches to music, and most of all, to the experience of music.more
The summer concert series at free admission.
From July 13 to August 31, Haus der Musik offers weekly concerts inside its glass-roofed and air-conditioned courtyard. Every Sunday afternoon BENCE CSARANKO and SUGI SHIN interpret compositions by Mozart, Beethoven and Strauss – all the great Masters making up Vienna’s rich musical tradition.more
CHILDRENS' GUIDED TOURS
50% off on children’s guided tours with wienXtra Ferienspiel-Pass
Haus der Musik continues its children’s guided tours during the summer. Every Wednesday and Saturday at 14:00, every Sunday at 10:00 and 14:00 our young visitors have the chance to discover the world of sounds and music. For wienXtra Ferien-Pass holders guided tours are half price off!
RICHARD STRAUSS AT HAUS DER MUSIK
On occasion of the conductor’s and composer’s 150th birthday anniversary.
Richard Strauss’ operas, such as “Salome”, “Elektra” and “Der Rosenkavalier”, as well as his tone poems “Don Juan”, “Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks” and “Also sprach Zarathustra” form part of the standard repertoire of many opera houses and concert halls. Between 1906 and 1944 Richard Strauss closely collaborated with the Vienna Philharmonic and conducted the orchestra on numerous occasions. The sheer number of objects and contributions at the Museum of the Vienna Philharmonic reflects this strong bond.
365 days sound museum and 12 "Live on Stage" concerts for just 39 Euro.