Beethoven Pasqualatihaus

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.

Practical Info

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.
Location
住所: Mölker Bastei 8, Vienna, Austria, オーストリア
Time
営業時間: Open Tue–Sun 10am–1pm, 2pm–6pm
Ticket
入場料: Adults €4
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