Museums and exhibitions 

The Schubertiade Quarter

Franz Schubert Museum Marktstraße 1
Schubertiade Museum Marktstraße 15
Legge Museum Marktstraße 5
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf Museum Schweizer Straße 1
Nibelungen Museum Marktstraße 6
Schuhmacher Museum Marktstraße 15
Markus Sittikus Hall Graf-Maximilian-Straße 3

Phone +43 (0)5575 / 72 091


The composer Franz Schubert, great Classical music artists and the rich cultural history of Hohenems are the main topics of the Schubertiade’s museums, which are located in six historically significant buildings and comprise 40 rooms. A walking tour of the neighbourhood leads past other buildings which played a key role in the Schubertiade’s history: Hohenems Palace was the setting for the first Schubertiade concert on May 8, 1976, and, one year later, the Parish Church St. Karl provided the stage for an appearance of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra with Karl Böhm conducting. At the same time, an exhibition revolving around the world-famous orchestra’s cellist Josef Sulzer (1850-1926) was staged at the villa that today houses the Jewish Museum. In the course of the second Schubertiade’s opening, a memorial tablet was uncovered by Hermann Prey at the birthplace of Josef Sulzer’s father, Salomon Sulzer (1804-1890). He served as a cantor in Vienna, where he was also acknowledged as a fine lieder singer, and commissioned Schubert with a psalm setting.

Schubertiade Quarter flyer(in German)


Opening hours 2018

The Schubertiade's museums will be open during the concert periods in Hohenems and Schwarzenberg. Detailed opening hours tba.

On appointment, we are happy to open the museums for groups and individuals outside the regular opening hours.


Admission fees

€ 7 (€ 3,50 for pupils, students and apprentices)

Ticket owners are entitled to visit all five museums as often as they wish for a whole year after ticket purchase. On request, we are happy to open the museums for groups and individuals outside the regular opening hours.