Throughout Vienna, you will find many statues and monuments that were originally built in memory of Austria's most important people.
Apart from the Mozart statue in Burggarten, you will also find other monuments that are regularly visited yearly by tourists.
During some months of the year, many of the shows are publicly screened live in front of the building on a huge screen for everyone in Ringstraße to freely view!
The Palm House in the Burggarten in Vienna has a lovely cafe for visitors to sit and enjoy a meal whil touring the imperial area.
The Burggarten in Vienna has many renowned monuments and sculptures that can be found throughout the area.
My last picture of the Mozart statue, I think it's enough to make you want to check it out if you pass by during your tour of the city.
You children will cherish the memories created by visiting the Butterfly Museum in Vienna in the famous Burggarten!
This isn't the place where Mozart was buried but this lovely garden is surrounded by museum, restaurant, and even a palace!
The environment and atmosphere in Burggarten is so clean and child-friendly, it is a great place to take your kids to play in a carefree safe environment while you enjoy a good book.
I would definitely recommend my friends who have not been to Vienna to visit the wonderful city during their vacation for a truly wonderful once in a lifetime experience.
You can find the famous statue of Mozart in the Burggarten behind the Hofburg Palace; this renowned monument is visited by thousands of people every year.