Johann Strauss Apartment

In 1867 the world-famous waltz “The Blue Danube”, Austria’s “unofficial anthem” was composed in this apartment by Johann Strauss. Johann Strauss lived here for seven years. At the time, Praterstraße was a fashionable and elegant suburban street. His instruments, furniture and paintings not only reflect his work as a composer, musician and conductor, but also his private life.

Did you know?

One of the most photographed monuments in Vienna is the golden statue of Johann Strauss in Stadtpark.

Opening hours:
TUE - SUN and public holidays 10:00 – 13:00
and 14:00 – 18:00;
24.12., 25.12., 31.12., 1.1., 1.5., and all public holidays when Monday: closed

Entrance fee: adult € 5/ children under 19 for free
Free entry with your Flexi PASS (Get your Flexi PASS here!

HOP ON HOP OFF Stop: BLUE LINE Train Station

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    Johann Strauss apartment in Vienna (c) Wien Museum

    Johann Strauss apartment in Vienna (c) Wien Museum

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    Johann Strauss apartment in Vienna (c) Wien Museum

    Johann Strauss apartment in Vienna (c) Wien Museum

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    Facade of Johann Strauss apartment in Vienna (c) Wien Museum

    Facade of Johann Strauss apartment in Vienna (c) Wien Museum

ADDRESS
Johann Strauß Wohnung | Praterstraße 54 | 1020 Wien
T +43 1 214 01 21 | [email protected] | wienmuseum.at

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