Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum
The Landesmuseum plunges you deep into the local history of the region, and includes a collection of Roman mosaics, ancient artefacts,...
Schloss Esterházy, a giant, Schönbrunn-yellow castle-palace that dominates Esterházyplatz, is Eisenstadt’s most important attraction....
This unusual church contains the white-marble tomb with Haydn’s reunited parts. It began life as a small chapel and in 1701 was...
Located on the main street.
Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Situated in the former Judengasse (the street where Eisenstadt’s Jewish population mostly lived in the Middle Ages), this museum has a permanent exhibition illustrating the rituals and lifestyle of Eisenstadt’s Jews. Descriptions are in German and Hebrew. Part of the museum is the historic private synagogue of Samson Wertheimer, who was born in Worms in Germany in 1658 and rose to the position of rabbi in Hungary. He financed the synagogue, and it was one of the few to survive the pogroms of 1938.