The Salzburg Cathedral Museum is part of the Bishop’s Palace in Salzburg, located on the side of the Bishop’s Square in the center of Salzburg. The church can be visited for free, but only the first floor can be visited. The second floor and the church museum are paid. Tickets can be purchased when connected to the Bishop’s Palace, and the Salzburg Card can be visited for free. There are many cultural relics used by the Holy See in the church museum, which is not very attractive to ordinary people. However, the huge pipe organ on the second floor of the church was played by Mozart back then, but you can enjoy it up close
The Cathedral Museum and the church are actually very short. They are basically a series of routes to visit together. The architectural style is particularly exquisite, and the interiors are luxuriously designed. It is worth taking pictures and the stained glass is even more glamorous.
The Salzburg Cathedral is located at the southern end of the square below the hill. This Italian-style church has a large area and its white roof can be seen from above Salzburg. When I entered, I could see many people here for weeks, and the whole ceiling was shocking enough