Supplement to the house and visitor regulations
Please note the following rules when visiting the museum:
- Wearing a mouth/nose protection:
You need to wear a mouth and nose protector (FFP2) in the entire building of the DomQuartier.
- Keep distance:
Keep at least 2 metre distance to all persons not living in you household.
- No Groups:
Avoid group-like gatherings and wait until youcan enter certain rooms or areas.
- Maintain breathing hygiene:
Cough or sneeze into a paper tissue, or if you don’t have a tissue into the crook of your arm
- Wash your hands:
Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds and use our disinfectant dispenser in the house.
- Please note:
In case of symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath or breathing difficulties, you may be refused entry.
- Guided tours/workshops:
Registration is required for guided tours and workshops. You will also be asked to provide your personal data.*
*The DomQuartier processes the data you provide solely in the event of a request for disclosure to the health authorities for contact tracing purposes. According to Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f DSGVO, data processing is justified in the sense of the balancing of interests required there, since the health protection of contact persons in the sense of quick accessibility outweighs the intervention to disclose one’s contact data when voluntarily entering the DomQuartier. Your data will be treated in strict confidence, stored securely and deleted 28 days after your visit to the DomQuartier, provided that there is no obligation to store it for other reasons.
Available in ten languages for adults and three languages for children: the audio guide leads you through the DomQuartier in 1.5 hours – choose between German, English, Dutch, Italian, French, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin, Korean and Japanese. For children in German, English and Italian. Our tip: listen for free before your visit.
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. Click here for the online shop in german.
House Rules and Regulations
House Rules and Regulations for the DomQuartier Salzburg Download PDF
Films and photographs may be made for private use but only without the use of flash or tripod. Except the area of St. Peter there it is not allowed to take photos. Approval must be sought in advance for commercial and scientific photography as well as for the right to disseminate photographic material on the Internet. We reserve the right to forbid photography at any time. Additional sources of lighting of any kind (to illuminate the works) are prohibited.