Our combined ticket we bought in the house where Mozart was born could also be used to visit the house where he lived after. Between the two museums I have to admit that I enjoyed the first most of, this did not seem to have as much content as the other but still had important parts of the life of Mozart beyond his portrait that still there are doubts about whether it is authentic.
Terminámos a visita entrando na loja, comprámos alguns “souvenirs” como uma caixinha de música com a Flauta Mágica e ímans.
We could not take pictures only in the last room of the exhibition which was an area more interactive where you could pretend to be Mozart in his most famous portrait. I believe that when we went to the exhibition it was being remodeled because later I saw pictures of rooms that where different from the ones we saw, one example is that the rooms that we saw had the walls painted in black and hte ones I saw in the pictures were painted white. Somehow I expected to see the house that was rebuilt after the 1944 bombings more faithful to his times but we found a display with some of the instruments he used, the family documents, letters, coins engraved with his profile, etc. ..
We finished the visit into the store, bought some “souvenirs” like a music box with the Magic Flute and some magnets.