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This is arelatively new and special museum.
This is arelatively new and special museum. It attributes great value to interactive learning experience. It covers the history of the Vienne Philharmonic Orchestra, the history of Vienna as a centre of music making (Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Mahler, Schubert and others are documented). In addition there are the more experimental sections of futuristic composition (The Brain Opera) and sound experiences.
Opernring 2, Vienna, Austria
+43 1 5131513
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