Haus der Musik is an interactive sound museum which provides a new approach to music on a playful as well as scientific level.
Special exhibition in the Haus der Musik
When Arnold Schönberg broke with all traditions with his completely new way of composing more than a century ago, he ushered in one of the most radical upheavals in the history of music. As the father of twelve tone music, he is one of the great pioneers of Viennese Modernism alongside Klimt, Schiele and Wagner. The Haus der Musik now dedicates the new special exhibition to him and his pupils Alban Berg and Anton Webern, taking place in the inner courtyard from February 2nd to October 7th, 2018.
Daily between 8 p.m and 10 p.m.
Would you like to visit the Sound Museum away from the crowds at unusual opening hours? With the NIGHT TICKET you can go on a unique musical discovery journey at a special tariff between 8pm and 10pm daily. Last admission: 9:30 pm, Entry: € 6,50 (instead of € 13,-).
One yearlong unlimited entry to the Sound Museum and free admission to concerts – for only € 39,-!
Become a member of Haus der Musik and discover its musical universe during the period of one year. The HdM Membercard offers yearlong unlimited museum entry and free admission to all "Live On Stage" concerts.more
Current exhibitions and events.
Detailed information on current special exhibitions, new installations and events can be found here.
Haus der Musik is a centre of lively debate - with a program of events for children and adults - and a venue for all kinds of cultural events. All current events are listed in our event calendar.