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Die Sound of Music World vereint zwei Welten. Fiktion und Realität treffen erstmals an einem Ort auf einander. Diese Ausstellung zeichnet zentrale Lebensstationen der Familie Trapp nach. Das wahre Leben der Familie in der Villa Trapp, aufgearbeitet...more
Stumbled across this smallish shop / exhibition on one of my morning photographic walks. It had just opened so I decided to have a look. E8 for adults or E4 for children. You also get a sticker to keep. It has 2 entries one on...More
One of the highlights of our visit to Salzburg was this great little museum.
There are only 3 rooms upstairs but it is full of interesting exhibits about the real von Trapp family as well as the Hollywood version.
A 'must see' for all SoM...More
Small but interesting exhibition of the real story behind the 'Sound of Music'. A few original artefacts, video interviews, pictures etc. Definitely go if you're into the Sound of Music, and if you have a Salzburg Card.
Don’t waste your money. One small 2nd story floor of information about the Von Trap Family and one wall about the movie. Audio is included but the ladies voice recording will bore you to death as she talks so slow and monotone. Would love to...More
What a great little museum this is. At the entrance a lady on the shop scanned my Salzburg Card and then gave me some advice on which rooms to see first. The audio tour was €1.00 but I thought that it made the short visit...More
The museum is about the actual story behind the musical and Hollywood movie the sound of music
This small place is part of a shop that sells movie related souvenirs
It is not a must place unless you are a fun of the movie
In 1964, hollywood decided to do a musical movie outside of hollywood with Julie Andrew. They chose Salzburg as their location. They can during summer, then again during autumn. Roger and Hammerstein who wrote the music never say the script, but stayed in Salzburg for...More