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Classical music lover? Call in at Vienna’s House of Music and explore the city’s famous sound and music museum at your leisure.  With an audio guide, you’ll wander amid interactive displays and exhibitions to learn about acclaimed composers, musical instruments and more. It’s a fun trip for all the family.


  • Entrance ticket to the House of Music in Vienna
  • Explore Vienna’s interactive sound and music museum at leisure
  • Listen to an audio guide and learn about international classical music composers
  • See the historical archives of the Vienna Philharmonic
  • Try conducting an orchestra using an interactive display

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

This is a must-do experience for all music fans. Lots of interactive elements guarantee you certainly won’t have a boring day! Make sure you try conducting an orchestra; it’s lots of fun!

What You Can Expect

Vienna House of Music Entrance Ticket

Try playing the piano at the House of Music in Vienna!

Head inside the House of Music in central Vienna with your entrance ticket, and explore the vast sound museum at leisure. One of the cities quirkier museums, the House of Music is dedicated to the ‘science’ of sound as well as classical music itself.

Walk around the six floors of the museum at leisure, browsing the interactive displays and musical artifacts that abound. Pop on your headsets to enjoy an audio tour if you wish, learning about renowned international composers as you explore.

Highlights of the museum include the historical archives of the Vienna Philharmonic where you can listen to a shortened version of their famous New Year’s Eve concert, and the Sonosphere on the second floor. The entire floor is dedicated to mechanics of sound, with countless instruments and interactive toys laid out to experiment with; it’s perfect for keeping the kids entertained!

If Vienna’s classical composers are of interest, then head up to the third floor to learn about their lives in the city and the music they created. A virtual conductor exhibit is also found on the floor, so test your conducting skills by waving a baton along to a video of Vienna Philharmonic playing. You will even get feedback after having a go!

Your ticket allows you to spend as much time as you wish inside the museum, but most people find about two hours to be sufficient to see all the exhibits. If you want a break while exploring, head to the on-site café or Restaurant Huth. Food and drinks are at your own expense.

Customer Reviews

Tiffani B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

Fun experience for 10!

Cheryl L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

This tour was amazing!

Marina K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2014

Nice museum, but I would advise visit it in the morning hours due to numerous visitors in the afternoon and later.

Zamira O

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2014

The most wonderful. Lots of fun and lots of amazing things to see for classical music lovers. I LOVE IT. I would spend 3 days there.Very special memories. I want to go back there some day


5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2013

This place was really cool, they have precious items from the greatest composers but everything is presented in a fun way and themed environment, lots of interactive gadgets too. I was impressed by the technology available in the rooms, definitely worth a visit specially if you love music!

Kyle W

4 star rating: Recommended June 2015


Gillian W

4 star rating: Recommended February 2015

Brilliantly interactive! Very interesting and loads to see and learn about!

Hany A

4 star rating: Recommended September 2014

It was a very nice experience

Ann Merkel

4 star rating: Recommended July 2014

Innovative exhibits. Really enjoyed composer exhibits.

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