The Georg Trakl Museum is open.
Guided tours take place Monday to Friday (on weekdays) at 2 pm.
Special tours (especially for groups) are possible between 9.00 am and 4.00 pm.
Please make an appointment by telephone with Ms. Gerlinde Majnik at +43 662 845346-70,
or by email: email@example.com
The guided tour will take about 1 hour.
Price of admission for adults: € 5
Price of admissions for pupils, students and groups of 10 or more: € 3 (accompanying person free)
Holders of a Salzburg Card valid on the day of the visit receive a one-time free admission.
Offers for Visitors and Groups
In the birthplace of Georg Trakl, the most famous poet from Salzburg (1887-1914), a research and memorial site has been established since 1973, which can be visited as part of guided tours. As an introduction to life and work, a new, highly acclaimed filmic Trakl portrait is shown, followed by manuscripts and personal documents, as well as furnishings from the family's former home. In 2016, the memorial was thoroughly renovated and adapted for museum education (tablets, listening stations).
There are worksheets for the creative handling of Trakl's poems. Upon special request, films about the poet or examples of musical settings of his poems can be shown. The archive contains editions of works, extensive secondary literature, translations and literature by the Trakl Prize winners. Annotated references to the poetry boards in the city are available. ("Wege mit Georg Trakl", "Trakl's Salzburg Poems").