Gustav-Mahler-Komponierhäuschen

The small wooden house in the middle of the forest, where Gustav Mahler liked to take refuge, is really rather plain. However, the famous composer's admirers enter it with emotion, as it is here during his summer holidays, between 1900 and 1907, that he wrote some of his greatest masterpieces, like his Fourth to EighthSymphonies.

Useful information

Address : 

9010 Klagenfurt

Phone:

+43 463 5375632

Price:

2 € (-14 years old free of charge)

Opening hours

early May-end Oct: 10am-4pm

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