Johann Strauß Wohnung

In 1867 in this apartment, Johann Strauss composed the world-famous waltz "The Blue Danube", Austria's "unofficial national anthem"! Strauss lived seven years on Praterstrasse, then a fashionable and elegant Viennese suburban street. 

His own instruments, furniture and paintings illustrate Strauss's work as a composer, musician and conductor, but the whole presentation brings Strauss close to us in private as well, a man who married three times, an enthusiast at billiards and cards, and a caricaturist. Moreover, there are reminiscences of his other apartments, the Vienna ballrooms and concert halls of his time, and also the other composers in the family circle: Johann Strauss the Elder and the talented brothers Josef and Eduard.


ADMISSIONS


Adults
EUR 4,-
Senior citizens, Vienna Card, Ö1-Club, disabled persons, apprentices and trainees, students up to age 27, military and civil social services, and groups as of 10 persons
EUR 3,-
Reduced admission fee for holders of tickets to Haus der Musik or Mozarthaus Vienna. (as of 1 January 2014)EUR 3,-
For visitors younger than 19 years
free entry
Every first Sunday of the month for all visitors
free entry
GUIDED TOUR FEES


Guided tour ticket for school students
(min. EUR 15,– or 10 school students)
EUR 1,50
Adult group flatrate
(rec. number of participants: 20)
EUR 45,-
Johann Strauß Wohnung

1020 Vienna, Praterstraße 54
P: +43 (0)1 214 01 21, F: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 7201
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Cooperation Partners

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