Haydn-House Eisenstadt:
Joseph Haydn, his life, his music

The Haydn-House is that former residential building of the great composer

and thus a historical and authentic venue. Joseph Haydn acquired the baroque house in 1766 as the princely bandmaster at Esterházy's court and lived there for twelve years with his wife Maria Anna Theresia.

Nestled in the baroque town of Eisenstadt, the Haydn-House Eisenstadt is a jewel of Burgenland's cultural history, but also a music heritage site of international relevance. The rooms are furnished with original furniture from the Haydn period, and the historic wall paintings were carefully exposed.

Here, the guests feel transported back to the Baroque period and the composer's life, where Joseph Haydn lived, where he composed.

A costumed tour with "Mrs. Haydn", an adventure-oriented children's cultural program and modern audio guides provide guests with vivid impressions of Haydn's life.

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Impressions from the Haydn House Eisenstadt

Exterior view Haydn-House Eisenstadt, Foto: © Heiling / Lorenz
The courtyard of the Haydn-House Eisenstadt, Foto: © Heiling / Lorenz
Dauerausstellung im Haydn-Haus Eisenstadt, Foto: © Nicole Heiling
Permanent exhibition in the Haydn-House Eisenstadt, Foto: © Heiling / Lorenz
Dauerausstellung im Haydn-Haus Eisenstadt, Foto: © Nicole Heiling
Permanent exhibition in the Haydn-House Eisenstadt, Foto: © Heiling / Lorenz
Dauerausstellung im Haydn-Haus Eisenstadt, Foto: © Nicole Heiling
Permanent exhibition in the Haydn-House Eisenstadt, Foto: © Heiling / Lorenz
Dauerausstellung im Haydn-Haus Eisenstadt, Foto: © Nicole Heiling
Permanent exhibition in the Haydn-House Eisenstadt, Foto: © Heiling / Lorenz
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