S. Zweig, A. Toscanini and B. Walter, Salzburg 1934
S. Zweig, A. Toscanini and B. Walter, Salzburg 1934
Original letter by Stefan Zweig
Original letter by Stefan Zweig

Stefan Zweig's grandfather (on the mother's side) was the joint owner and resident of the bulding now housing the Legge Museum, which is why one of its rooms is fully dedicated to the world-famous author and the music life of his time. Stefan Zweig collected music manuscripts (he also owned a few by Schubert), received important impressions from Mahler's engagement at the Vienna Hofoper and was friends with Ferruccio Busoni, Alban Berg, Arturo Toscanini and Bruno Walter. for Richard Strauss, he wrote the libretto for the opera Die schweigsame Frau

Opening hours 2020

During the Schubertiade Hohenems:
April 30 – May 3 / June 5 – 7 / July 17 – 19 / October 2 – 6
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  (the Franz Schubert Museum is open until 7:00 p.m.)

During the Schubertiade Schwarzenberg:
June 21 – 27 / August 23 – 29
10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

On appointment (to be made on the previous work day, at the latest), 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 museums as often as they wish for a whole year after ticket purchase.


This museum is made possible thanks to a private donation.

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