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Mirabell Palace and Gardens (Schloss Mirabell und Mirabellgarten)
Mirabell Palace and Gardens (Schloss Mirabell und Mirabellgarten)

Mirabell Palace and Gardens (Schloss Mirabell und Mirabellgarten)

Mirabellplatz, Salzburg, 5020

The Basics

Both Salzburg city tours andThe Sound of Music tours often include a stop at Mirabell Palace and Gardens (Schloss Mirabell und Mirabellgarten), where visitors can explore the lavish palace interiors, stroll the landscaped gardens, and admire the grand marble Donnerstiege stairway. The palace’s ornate Marble Hall hosts regular concerts of music by Salzburg’s favorite son, Mozart.

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Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
star-4.5
$41.11 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Fantastic
Just fantastic, great hall, good acoustics, perfect group with creativity and lightness. Can only recommend it.
JeanPaul_D, Jan 2020

Recent reviews from experiences in Salzburg

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Animated delightful performers
Sam_K, Jan 2022
Salzburg: Christmas Concert at Mirabell Palace
I found the performers to be incredibly animated and it was really wonderful! I would absolutely come again!
star-5
Played like in the baroque time
Francois_D, Dec 2021
Salzburg: Christmas Concert at Mirabell Palace
We enjoyed the place and of course the music was incredible. With category 1 ticket we got first row which worth it as we really connect with the musician performance. High quality concert. Was expecting the concert be more on a Christmas vibe or at least see a Christmas tree but none of it. But we really enjoyed it.
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Tour explanation
Abdulrahman_A, Sep 2021
Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
This concert is very nice , you can check there web site to see who is playing and what they are playing before booking , the hall is nice and small , you get 1 break which is more than enough then they continue playing. this tour is for anyone who interested in music or want to hear a live classical concert .
star-5
Classical musical experience of a lifetime
burrowgoog, Jan 2020
Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
4 string Mozart Grieg and Haydn, Great pieces, wonderfully played In one of the worlds best rooms! For classical music in a fabulous setting this is it!!!!!
star-5
Spectacular musicians in a spectacular setting!
Carolyn_W, Dec 2021
Salzburg: Christmas Concert at Mirabell Palace
I have never seen such passionate and talented musicians perform! It was stunning. Highly recommend for anyone, even non music lovers! Also the room they performed made the experience that much more special!
star-5
Outstanding concert
Michael_W, Dec 2019
Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
As a conductor and violinist I expected a concert which was well played but nothing special but I was delighted by outstanding playing in authentic baroque/classical style. Best concert this year.
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New to Mozart
Philip_G, Nov 2019
Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
Excellent evening for relatively new classical admirers. High quality musical evening enjoyed by all ages. Thank you
star-5
Beautiful location and beautiful music
Friedrich_U, Oct 2019
Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
This was a classical concert with selections from multiple composers. The performers included a trio with a piano, a clarinet, and a cello. They were excellent musicians and the music was beautiful. The venue was amazing in it's decoration. We had a wonderful time.
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A MUST visit
Sharad_K, Oct 2019
Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
The grounds are beautiful and the concert at the palace was incredible. It’s a Salzburg must that needs to be on your list of things to do.
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Wow wow wow
Susan_W, Aug 2019
Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
There is no doubting that we absolutely loved the intimate performance that the Mirabell Palce provided. It was magic and we highly recommend this tour.
star-5
Fantastic
Ann_V, Aug 2019
Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
Fantastic ensemble playing Mozart and Vivaldi in the most beautiful room in the wonderful Mirabel Schloss.
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Superb playing
DavidK8611, Aug 2019
Salzburg: Palace Concert at the Marble Hall of Mirabell Palace
Having two degrees in music and a professional classical musician myself, I am no stranger to evaluating concerts. These musicians performed an outstanding concert at Mirabell. Their depth if musicianship belies their chronological age. Every nuance was felt by both the performers and the audience. Their technical skills match their musicianship. You will NOT be disappointed if you attend their performance!!

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Admission to the palace and gardens is free.

  • The Dwarf Garden (Zwergelgarten) is a must-see for families with kids.

  • The palace and its gardens are wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

Mirabell Palace and Gardens are located on the northern bank of the River Salzach in central Salzburg. The easiest way to reach the palace is on foot—it’s about a 10-minute walk from the Old Town, across the State Bridge (Staatsbrücke).

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When to Get There

Mirabell Palace and the Mirabell Garden are open daily year-round, but the gardens are at their most impressive during spring and summer, when the flowers are in full bloom. During peak summer months, an early morning visit is best to avoid the crowds. In the winter, the Dwarf Garden and Hedge Theater are closed.

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Exploring the Mirabell Gardens

Originally designed by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach in the 17th century, the Mirabell Garden is among the most impressive baroque gardens in Europe. The grand centerpiece is the Pegasus Fountain, around which the Von Trapp children danced during their rendition of “Do-Re-Mi” inThe Sound of Music. Other highlights include the Rose Garden, the Grand Fountain, the Hedge Theater, and the unique Dwarf Garden filled with knee-high marble garden gnomes.

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