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Every Thursday evening: guided tour at 6 pm (only reduced admission price)
each on another theme
SPECIAL OPENING HOURS
24 and 31 December 9â€“14
1 January 13â€“17
1 November, 25 December
SALZBURG MUSEUM | NEUE RESIDENZ
The Neue Residenz â€“ The â€śNew Residential Palaceâ€ť â€“ is one of the six exhibition locations of the Salzburg Museum. It opened its doors to the public on 30 May 2007 after several years of reconstruction and being fitted with a modern museum installation. Ever since, it has been the aspiration of the Salzburg Museum to present the art and cultural history of the city and region of Salzburg in its collections on the museumâ€™s approximately 3000 mÂ˛ of exhibition floor space. Modern, exciting, interactive, entertaining and comprehensive â€“ these are the slogans characterising the continually changing exhibitions as well as the permanent exhibition â€śThe Salzburg Mythâ€ť. The aim of â€śThe Salzburg Mythâ€ť is to show the progress of Salzburg towards becoming a Baroque city and furthermore how the urban structures developed since the end of the archbishopric after 1800, how tourism began to play its role, and how these factors generated the â€śmythâ€ť surrounding this city.
Side by side with this agenda are the changing temporary exhibitions in the Kunsthalle, in the Column Hall on the ground floor, and in the sequence of rooms on the first floor; these provide a stage for the holdings both as monographic presentations and pertaining to cultural history, and also loaned works that deal with Salzburg and the people living and working here. â€śTaking a broader viewâ€ť is made possible by international cooperation. It opens the museumâ€™s doors to a dialogue with contemporary art and to a springboard into the twenty-first century.
The Salzburg Museum in the resplendently renovated Neue Residenz on Mozartplatz provides a harmonious, integrated setting for valuable artefacts, aesthetic presentation, fascinating contents and multi-media installations. The Salzburg Museum is living proof that a modern museum can inform and yet at the same time entertain its visitors. For this successful concept the Salzburg Museum was distinguished with the 2009 European Museum Award and the 2007 Austrian Museum Award.