Salzburg barrier-free

Salzburg, Mozartplatz 5

Salzburg - Tourismus


The silhouette of the fortress, cathedral and church towers of the baroque city is so beautiful that it has long been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. When strolling through the old town you will discover the Getreidegasse, the cathedral, the residence, the glockenspiel, Mozart's birthplace, the horse trough, the St. Peter's monastery, the famous festival halls and, across the river, the Mirabell Gardens and Mirabell Palace with its marble hall - of course always in view of the Hohensalzburg Fortress. 

Salzburg Cathedral
Of the numerous churches in Salzburg, the cathedral is the most important sacred building. With its mighty dome and two towers, it impressively shapes the cityscape. A careful look into the cathedral reveals many surprising and exciting details.
Accessible to all areas except the crypt.

DomQuartier Salzburg
The DomQuartier Salzburg includes the historical center of the political and ecclesiastical power of the Salzburg prince-archbishops. The museum complex consisting of the residence, cathedral and St. Peter's Archabbey forms the baroque heart of Salzburg's UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Please report to the porter, barrier-free, free entry upon presentation of the disabled pass (from 50%), wheelchair rental upon prior arrangement

Hangar-7 at Salzburg Airport is a unique architectural work of art and is home to a large collection of historic Flying Bulls aircraft.
Museum barrier-free

Mozart residence & Mozart sound and film collection
From 1773 to 1787, the Mozart family lived in the “Tanzmeisterhaus” at the Makartplatz. The spacious eight-room apartment on the first floor now houses a museum.
Barrier-free, please report to the cashier, reduced entry upon presentation of the disabled pass

Museum der Moderne Salzburg – Mönchsberg & Rupertinum
High above the roofs of Salzburg's old town on the Mönchsberg; International art treasures from the 20th and 21st centuries are presented in a stylish setting on a total of four levels.
Barrier-free, Mönchsberg: Mönchsberg elevator, Rupertinum: ramp in the courtyard, lifts, wheelchair-accessible toilets, free entry upon presentation of the disabled pass

Toy Museum
The Toy Museum in Salzburg: A hands-on museum with the themes of playing, experiencing and being amazed. An adventure for the whole family.
Barrier-free access via Toscaninihof, please register by telephone, reduced entry upon presentation of the disabled pass

House of nature
A visit to the Haus der Natur, Salzburg's largest and most popular museum, is diverse: a journey into the human body, from prehistoric times to the future, from the Arctic to the desert, technology to understand, aquarium & reptile zoo.
Access via a ramp, museum barrier-free, elevator with sufficient door width, disabled-accessible toilets, reduced entry upon presentation of the disabled pass

Salzburg Zoo
Home to 140 animal species from Eurasia, South America and Africa: watch otters diving, golden-headed lion monkeys hunting insects or snow leopards playing.
Graveled paths, climb towards the Africa area - help may be necessary, all other paths and areas are easily accessible with a wheelchair, disabled-accessible toilet opposite the restaurant.

The Hellbrunn pleasure palace with its water features was built for pleasure. The fresh spring water invigorated the senses and calmed the mind - wellness in the late Renaissance.
Water features and park wheelchair accessible - gravel paths, restaurants and toilets barrier-free

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