The Power and Splendour of Baroque!
15,000 magnificent square meters – 2,000 stunning exhibits – 1,300 moving years. The DomQuartier Salzburg will be a unique highlight in the heart of Salzburg starting in May 2014.
One tour, one ticket, one adventure!
A single admission ticket lets you experience an extraordinary walking tour of the museum, closed to the public for 200 years. Starting in the Residence, you will walk through the Residence State Rooms, the Residence Gallery, the Cathedral Museum and St. Peter's Museum. The baroque Rossacher collection can also be admired at the North Oratory.
Fresh insight, a new outlook
DomQuartier Salzburg offer fresh insight into the former center of archiepiscopal power. The history of political power, art history and architecture are presented in a unique juxtaposition. The new museum walk also offers new and impressive outlooks of the city of Salzburg and the local mountains.
Salzburg, the baroque city
Prince Archbishop Guidobald Graf von Thun (in office from 1654 to 1668) was one of the most important architects of baroque Salzburg. He built the Cathedral Arches, Residence and Cathedral Square as well as what is now the Long Gallery. This forms the basis of the new, one of a kind museum walk, which will open its doors in the spring of 2014. In addition to the Salzburg Cathedral Quarters, many other baroque buildings can be found throughout the city, making it the most prominent baroque city north of the Alps.
Details of the DomQuartier Salzburg
- Residence State Rooms – Secular center of the Prince Archbishops
- Residence Gallery – European paintings of international rank
- Cathedral Arches Terrace – View of Salzburg's baroque city center
- North Oratory – Special exhibitions focusing on the Baroque
- Cathedral organ loft – Insight into the spiritual heart of the city
- Cathedral Museum – Art treasures from 1,300 years
- Art and Rarities Collection – Natural history objects and curiosities
- Long Gallery – Impressive 70 meters with stunning stucco work
- St. Peter's Museum – Art treasures from the oldest monastery in the German speaking world
- Franciscan Church – One of Salzburg's oldest churches
- Open daily except Tuesdays, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Open daily in July and August
Admission (incl. audio guide)
|Full access||Restricted access|
|Adults||€ 12||€ 10|
|Children||€ 5||€ 4|
|Reduced||€ 10||€ 8|
|Families||€ 27||€ 22|
Free entree with the Salzburg Card!