Haus der Musik - Vienna
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The visit to this museum is an adventure in itself. Located right in the centre of Vienna, the exhibit is displayed over 3 floors. It is easy to reach and open till 10.00pm every day!
What can you see here? Well - everything that evolves around music: Many instruments are on display, as well computers and state-of-the-art electronics- and you can try them all out, investigate them and discover how they work!
One of the highlights of the Museum: At the very end you will find huge screen featuring the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra - you will be given a 'virtual' conductor stick into your hand and you can 'virtually' conduct a piece of music - getting immediate feedback by the musicians on how your performance was - quite exceptional
It is especially an adventure for kids: In the House of Music children compose and produce their own music, they can play with instruments and try out all sorts of things. Famous composers are exhibited and they learn about Vienna's most famous composers' lives.
Daily 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
Children (under 3 years) free,
children (3-11 years) 5.50 euro
Children/Students (12-26) 9 euro
Adults 11 euro
Family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children under 12 years) 27 euro
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