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.
|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|
|For visitors younger than 19 years|
|Every first Sunday of the month for all visitors|
|GUIDED TOUR FEES|
|Guided tour ticket for school students|
(min. EUR 15,– or 10 school students)
|Adult group flatrate|
(rec. number of participants: 20)
- OPENING HOURSTuesday to Sunday and public holidays,
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
24 December and 31. December: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Closed on 1 January, 1 May, 25 December, Easter- and Whit Monday and other public holidays falling on a Monday.
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