Available in eight languages for adults and three languages for children: the audio guide leads you through the DomQuartier in 1.5 hours – choose between German, English, Italian, French, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin and Japanese. Our tip: listen for free before your visit. Click here to download.
Food & drink
Enjoying so much Baroque art and architecture makes you hungry and whets your appetite. The Salzburg old town has plenty to offer: from down-to-earth guest restaurants to fine dining establishments and cosy cafés. See the restaurant guide here.
So that you always have an overview: with one ticket, the DomQuartier offers a 1.3 km tour over three levels and five establishments. Take a look at the map here.
It is our hope that as many people as possible can experience the magic of the DomQuartier. For this reason, we have provided ramps and lifts for visitors with impaired mobility – Residenzplatz 1, stairway 4 and the south tower entrance to the Cathedral Museum. Learn more about our accessibility here.
For children & young adults
Young discoverers have their own views. The DomQuartier in Salzburg is happy to focus especially on kids. Whether tours or special programmes for school classes and groups: find our range of offers here.
Turn your visit to the DomQuartier into an unforgettable memory: both shops in the entrance area of the Residenzgalerie and Salzburg Cathedral Museum offer tickets, catalogues and many beautiful souvenirs to take back to your loved ones at home.
2018 ticket prices
|Partial access*||Full access|
|Adults||€ 10.00||€ 12.00|
|Reduced fee||€ 8.00||€ 10.00|
|Children (0–6 years)||Free||Free|
|Pupils (with ID)||€ 4.00||€ 5.00|
|Pupils as part of a school group||€ 2.50||€ 2.50|
|Students as part of a seminar||€ 2.50||€ 2.50|
|Family||€ 22.00||€ 27.00|
|Family Annual Pass**||€ 50.00|
|Annual Pass**||€ 30.00|
|Guided tour (during opening hours)||€ 80.00|
|Guided tour (outside of opening hours)||€ 400.00|
|**The annual pass is valid for one year from date of issue.|
Daily except Tuesday, 10:00 A.M.–5:00 P.M.
(last entrance 4:00 P.M.)
Open seven days a week in July and August, Wednesday 10:00 A.M.–8:00 P.M.
December 2, 2018 – January 6, 2019: open every day.
Closed on December 24.
* In partial access, not all areas of the DomQuartier are accessible.
The State Rooms are partially closed today
Check your day of visit in our Calender.
People with a registered disability accompanied by one chaperone, tour guides (Austriaguides), press and media representatives, Salzburg Card, Salzburger Land Card, Kulturpass (Culture Pass), “Hunger auf Kunst” (Hunger for Art), International Museumsbund (International Museum Association), Österreichischer Museumsbund (Austrian Museum Association), Österreichischer Verband der KulturvermittlerInnen.
Students up to 25 years, retirees, conscripts and those performing civil service, apprentices, members of the clergy and priests, groups.
Salzburger Familiencard (Salzburg Family Card), Salzkammergut Card, Freizeitpass Berchtesgadener Land, Raiffeisen-Club/Junior-Card, Ö1 Club members, Verband österreichischer Kunsthistoriker (Association of Austrian Art Historians), Berufsvereinigung bildender Künstler (Professional Association of Fine Arts), participants of the International Summer Academy, members of the “Gesellschaft für Salzburger Landeskunde” (Society for Salzburg Regional History), members of the Salzburger Kunstverein, Private Art Collection, friends of the Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Celtic Heritage – friends of the Keltenmuseum Hallein (Celtic Museum in Hallein), RVS senior pass, BÖKWE Card, members of the Salzburg Association of Museums and Collections, Salzburger Museumsverein (Salzburg Museum Association), Kitzbühel Gästekarte, Gästekarte Pillersee Tal.
With public transport
Take bus 1, 3, 5 or 6 from the railway station directly to the old city. You will need about 10 minutes for this trip. Or, take the S-Bahn city train to the “Mülln-Altstadt” station and enjoy the 15-minute walk to the city centre.
From Linz and Vienna: take the motorway exit Nord or Mitte (Park & Ride). From Munich and Innsbruck: take the motorway exit Mitte (Park & Ride). From Italy: take the motorway exit Süd (Park & Ride). Take advantage of Park & Ride and please note the restricted access for cars in the city centre.
Residenzplatz 1 / Domplatz 1a
Tel.: +43 662 80 42 21 09
GPS: N 47.798703 – E 13.045776
Admission to the DomQuartier is free for disabled guests and their accompanying persons.
Barrier-Free Parking Places
The nearest handicapped parking places are located at Residenzplatz (6 places), Toscaninihof 1 (3 places) and at Max-Reinhardt-Platz (10 places) – a Eurokey will open the bollards in front of the Festspielhaus and at Mozartplatz.
The DomQuartier was re-built to be barrier-free and accessible insofar as the preservation of historical buildings allows. Guests with limited mobility can explore the DomQuartier in two stages. We would like to point out that the lifts can only be used when accompanied by a DomQuartier staff member, for insurance reasons. Therefore, please notify the cashiers either in the Residence Courtyard or at the Cathedral Museum, where our staff will be happy to assist you.
Stage 1 (Residenz entrance)
- Collect free ticket from the porter’s lodge (bell with intercom)
- Residenz Palace inner courtyard (stairway 4) – lift
- Visit the State Rooms (Carabinieri Hall, Rittersaal [Knight’s Hall], Conference Room, Antecamera, Audienzzimmer [Audience Hall], Study, Schatullenkabinett [Coffer Room], Bedroom)
- Return to lift (behind the Study), take lift to the Residenzgalerie and terrace
- Return to lift at the Residenzgalerie and go down into the Residenz Palace inner courtyard
Stage 2 (Cathedral lobby entrance)
- Leave the Residenz Palace – cross the Domplatz (Cathedral Square) – lift on the right side of the Cathedral lobby – enter via the ramp at the Cathedral
- Visit the Southern Oratory, the West Gallery and the Northern Oratory
- Take the lift to the Cabinet of Curiosities, the Long Gallery and Museum of St. Peter’s Abbey
- Visit the remaining State Rooms (Kaisersaal [Emperor’s Hall], view into the Franciscan Church, Green Room, White Hall, Throne Hall, Gallery)
- Return to the lift in the Cathedral’s southern tower
State Rooms/Carabinieri Hall, cathedral lobby/south tower, Museum of St. Peter’ Abbey
Special tours for people with limited abilities are available. Find more details here.