Because yesterday afternoon was bad and the next morning saw the weather was good, I got up early to go hiking (because the free discount of Salzburg's first attraction had been used up). After walking with a group of pupils, I went to the ticket office and bought tickets for 8 Euros. I found that I could make money by using the cable car when I went down the mountain. After all, at that time, I couldn't walk and sweat.
The newly opened museum use a lot of new concept, is divided into many different areas, visitors can here to salzburgs modern history, archaeological treasures, culture, art, photography, life and other aspects to get to know the city, stereo sense is strong, can look good.
This museum is really good. It doesn't have any special features outside. It's not like the Museum Island in Berlin, but its contents are very rich. It mainly introduces the history of Salzburg, and it has complete explanations and videos. But you may be disappointed if you want to find some famous collections. Generally speaking, museums are reasonable and suitable for students to understand urban history.
The museum is included in the Salzburg pass, which is very easy to find in the old city. I was impressed by some 19th century paintings. When people went to the place where the painter painted, they took pictures and put them aside for comparison. It can be seen that over a hundred years ago, the valley on the painting had no change in the natural scenery except for the addition of a number of houses. If it had been the heavens, it would have been impossible to find the place where the painter painted.