Sound of Music Salzburg Walking Tour & City Game: The Von Trapp's Family Escape

9.99 EUR Per group up to 4

Sound of Music Salzburg Walking Tour & City Game: The Von Trapp's Family Escape

Length: 4.0 km
Duration: 1 hour 23 minutes


Play a city game and go on a Salzburg walking tour where you will follow clues to discover the amazing places and stories of Sound Music.

On this fun tour, you will go on a fairytale journey inspired by the Sound of Music movie and you will see the Mirabell Gardens, The Salzburg Dom, Nonnberg and other places from the movie.

Are you ready to explore Salzburg with the Von Trapp Family?
9.99 EUR Per group up to 4
  • LENGTH: 4.0 km
  • DURATION: 1 hour 23 minutes
  • Quest available in the following languages: English
  • After booking, follow the instructions you receive by e-mail for playing this city game & walking tour.
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee if you don't enjoy the quest

Starting point

Mirabellplatz (in front of the Andräkirche)

Know before you go

  • Tour available in: English
  • Best during day
  • Kids friendly
  • You need internet connection for playing
  • A single booking unlocks the quest on 4 different devices


You are Maria Von Trapp, wife of Captain Georg Von Trap of the Austrian Navy. You fell involve and married the widowed Captain shortly after coming into their home as a Governess to their 7 wonderful children: Liesl, Friedrich, Louisa, Kurt, Brigitta, Marta, and Gretl.

It is the year 1938 and Germany is preparing to annex Austria and form the Greater German Reich, but the Captain wants no part in this. As Captain in the Navy, he knows he must obey Nazi orders or suffer the consequences. He is preparing an escape mission out of Salzburg for all of you, as soon as possible. It must be quick and quiet since Nazi partisans are everywhere. 

Having just returned from your honeymoon, you decide to let the Captain deal with the details of the escape and take the kids out for a fun day out around Salzburg. These are your final days in the city after all, even if the children do not know this.

You start your day in the Kurgarten, close to Schloss Mirabell, your children's favorite playground.

Customer reviews

based on 4 reviews
mark carr

In winter the dwarf garden is closed. Definitely best done in daylight and ideally summer. We did this in the dark in December!


A lovely way to explore the city and discover the history behind this famed tale. Some tricky answers!

emma rowe

Wonderful trip around Salzburg! Thank you!




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