Beethoven Pasqualatihaus Tours
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Built into Vienna’s old city fortifications, the Beethoven Pasqualatihaus was named after its 18th-century owner, Josef Benedikt, the Baron Pasqualati. The musical prodigy Ludwig von Beethoven was born in Bonn in 1770 but made his residence in Vienna for 35 years; for eight years from 1804 onwards, the fourth-floor apartment of this whitewashed townhouse was his home. The Romantic composer wrote several symphonies, his opera Fidelio and the famous piece ‘Fur Elise’ while living here. His light, airy suite of rooms have now been transformed into a museum of his life; highlights of the displays include copies of his instruments, various imposing marble busts, manuscripts from the Fifth and Seventh symphonies, personal papers and family paintings as well as the renowned portrait by German artist and musician Willibrord Joseph Mähler in 1804.
Mölker Bastei 8. Open Tue–Sun 10am–1pm, 2pm–6pm; admission adults €4, concessions €3 (also for ticket holders to Haus der Musik and the Mozarthaus Vienna), free aged 18 or under. Take the Metro U2 to Schottentor.
Address: Mölker Bastei 8, Vienna, Austria
Hours: Open Tue–Sun 10am–1pm, 2pm–6pm
Admission: Adults €4
4 Tours and Activities to Experience Beethoven Pasqualatihaus
Book your Vienna Pass before you travel and save sightseeing time when you’re out and about in the Austrian capital. With a range of durations from one to six days, the pass gives you entry to some 60 attractions within your chosen time scale. Select your pass online, then plan out your visit to include sights such as the Giant Ferris Wheel and Schönbrunn Palace. Even better: You can use an included hop-on hop-off bus to get around town.
Taking safety measures
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Discover and explore the major sights of Vienna, it's history, it's architecture as well as religion through the stories of the most famous Classical Musicians.
Vienna is the capital of classical music. At the same time, the city is also telling the history of the European continent. It was once a splendid capital of the empire. The monarchs of the former imperial powers decided to admire the subjects of Adria to the Erzgebirge Mountains and Galicia to the vast areas of Lake Constance. Discover and explore the city of Vienna through its stories of the most famous classical musicians, its history, architecture and religion.
More composers have lived in Vienna than in any other city in the world-find out why on our private Vienna music tour! From the Vienna Boys Choir to the famous State Opera to the "Waltz King" Johann Strauss to the Austropop legend Falco, Vienna has it all! Our 3h musical odyssey will begin with a tour at the State Opera house (entrance fee included) where you will get behind-the-scenes access to the most famous opera house in the world. Afterwards, we'll embark on a leisurely musical stroll through the inner city of Vienna. Stops will include (but are not limited to): - Palais Lobkowitz (where Beethoven premiered his Symphony No. 3 “Eroica” and the home of his main patron) - Hofburg Imperial Chapel (where the Vienna Boys Choir perform every Sunday) - The Mozart Memorial - Former dance salon where the Waltz King Johann Strauss made the ladies swoon - Pasqualati House (former residence of Ludwig van Beethoven) - St. Stephen's Cathedral - Mozart's home and many more!
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What are Beethoven Pasqualatihaus hours of operation?
Beethoven Pasqualatihaus hours of operation: Open Tue–Sun 10am–1pm, 2pm–6pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
What's the best way to experience Beethoven Pasqualatihaus?
The best ways to experience Beethoven Pasqualatihaus are:
- Vienna Pass Including Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Ticket
- Backstage Classical Music Tour
- Classical music behind the scenes - 2020 to commemorate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven
- Private 3 hour Vienna Music Tour
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