The new Beethoven Museum provides a comprehensive account of the life and work of the great composer Ludwig van Beethoven. As has been known for generations, the buidling is associated with a moving testimonial by Beethoven. It was here, in 1802, that he wrote the "Heiligenstadt Testament", the letter addressed but never sent, to his brother in which he expressed his despair about his increasing deafness.
Did you know?
Beethoven was 17 years old when he traveled to Vienna to study under Mozart. When he arrived in Vienna he had to return to be by his mother's deathbed. Many years later Beethoven returned to Vienna again to study under Joseph Haydn. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died in the meantime.
Tue-Sun and public holidays 10:00 – 13:00 and 14:00 – 18:00;
closed 1 January, 1 May,
25 December and closed on all public holidays that fall on a Monday
Entrance fee: adult € 7/ children under 19 for free
Free entry with your Vienna Flexi PASS (Get your Vienna Flexi PASS here!)
HOP ON HOP OFF Stop: GREEN Line Grinzing/Sandgasse