The site is designed to portray the composer's professional background. The items displayed in the living room, birth room, class room and a number of other exhibition rooms are to give an insight into his private and musical life.
Exhibits include the original, Baroque-style organ console of the St Florian parish church. Moreover, visitors are tuned into Bruckner's music through a number of audio tapes.
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April 01 - October 30:
Friday: 9am - 12noon
Saturday, Sunday, Holiday: 10am - 5pm
Guided tours are available at any time. Prior arrangement necessary.
Discounts (Age-related / Groups):
Guided tours: EUR1 per person
Free admission for school parties.
Guided tours for school parties: EUR10.
In 1971 the house where the renowned composer Anton Bruckner was born (later the school building of Ansfelden) was converted into a memorial site. The site is designed to portray the composer's professional background. The items displayed in the living room, birth...