Can I try musical instruments, eg. guitars or drums in the soundmuseum? (
Unfortunately, that's not possible.
Will my inquiries be taken care of on weekends and holidays?
The museum can be contacted by phone daily from 10am - 10pm. Email inquiries will be processed on weekdays.
I would like to visit Haus der Musik with my school class or group - what do I have to do?
Please sign up in advance and as soon as possible, so that we can coordinate your visit and avoid overcrowding in the museum. We want you and your group/class to enjoy your visit as much as possible. Please understand that we will give priority to signed up groups. You can sign up via phone under 0043 1 513 4850, email at email@example.com or via our online form.
Can I buy or book tickets for the museum in advance?
You can buy regular adult tickets on www.wien-ticket.at in advance. All other tickets (reduced, groups, family tickets etc.) can only be purchased on the spot at the museum cash desk.
Are there guided tours?
Haus der Musik offers a variety of guided tours: special tours for children, kindergarten and school tours, tours as part of company parties or special occasions. In any case, please contact us as soon as possible via phone under 00431-513 4850-26 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Please visit www.hdm.at/musikvermittlung for more details.
How do I get to Haus der Musik with public transport?
The nearest public transport stations are Karsplatz/Oper (U1, U2, U4, 1, 2, D, 71) or Stephansplatz (U1, U3) and Schwarzenbergplatz (2, D, 71)
What do I have to keep in mind when visiting with babies and young children?
You can take your stroller/pram to the museum. All levels are accessible via elevator. You may leave your stroller at our cloakroom. A baby changing unit is available on the goundfloor (please contact our cashdesk staff). Eating and drinking in the museum is not permitted. You can always come downstars, have a rest in our inner courtyard and then continue your visit.
What is Haus der Musik? What can I see here?
Haus der Musik is an interactive soundmuseum with 4 floors. On the 1st floor you can find the museum of the Vienna Philharmonic. The 2nd floor is dedicated to the world of tonal and sound phenomena - here you can experiment with different sounds. On the 3rd floor 'The Great Composers' you'll find everything you need to know about the most famous composers (Mozart, Beethovevn, Schubert,...) that used to live and work in Vienna. The 4th floor is once again dedicated to multimedia content - the virtostage.
Can I take my backpack, jacket or luggage inside the museum?
No - backpacks, jackets, big bags and luggage must be handed in at the cloakroom. You may take handbags and small bags with you. The cloakroom is directly at the cash desk, permanently manned and free of charge.