Mozarthaus St. Gilgen am Wolfgangsee| Nannerl Museum
Museum of Mozart´s sister "Nannerl"
Mozarts mother, Anna Maria Walburga Pertl, was born on December 25th 1720 in the former county court in St. Gilgen, Ischler Straße no. 15.
Her father, Wolfgang Nikolaus Pertl (1667 - 1724), went to St. Peters Grammar School in Salzburg where he was also active as a singer. Pertl had a ssuccessful career as a lawyer, was appointed the magistrate of St. Gilgen in 1716 and during the years 1719/1720 had the present day country court built.
Mozarts mother was baptizd in the parish church of St. Aegidius and lived in St. Gilgen until 1724. In November 1747 she married the violist Leopold Mozart from Augsburg. She had seven children of whom only two survived. Maria Anna Walburga Ignatia (born on July 30th/31st 1751), called "Nannerl", and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (born on January 27th 1756).
Mozarts mother died on July 3rd 1778 in Paris.
On 23rd August 1784 Nannerl married a successor to the post of her grandfather, Baron Johann Baptist von Berchtold zu Sonnenburg (1736 - 1801). Following Berchtolds death on February 26th 1801 in St. Gilgen, Nannerl left and moved to Salzburg.
June till Sept. Tuesday till Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
and by special group appointments year round
- Parking space: 10
- Toilet facility
Single ticket adult € 4,00
Children € 2,50
Adults: EUR 4,-
Children: EUR 2,50
Groups: EUR 3,00
- All weather
- Suitable for groups
Suitable for wheelchairs: Not all of the legally stipulated ÖNORM are complied with. In principle, this object is suitable for wheelchairs and no assistance is necessary.