Private Singing
Sound of Music Tour

Exclusive show with private transportation. You decide when, where and how long you want to go.


That's up to you!


4,5 hours (Basis)

Meeting Point

You pick the place,
and we’ll see if it’s possible.

What's included?

We are glad to consider your individual wishes regarding food and drinks.


Our guides and entertainers speak several languages.

Group Size & PRICES

up to 6 people: € 670,-
up to 18 people: € 1.260,-
up to 28 people: € 1.640,-

Prices for larger groups upon request.


That's up to you!


4,5 h (Basis)

Group Size

from 4 to 56 people



Meeting Point

Thats up to you.

group size

up to 6 people:
€ 670,-
up to 18 people:
€ 1.260,-
up to 28 people
€ 1.640,-

Private Singing Sound of Music Tour
A Sound of Music Show at the original filming locations

The Singing Sound of Music Tour is much more than an ordinary sightseeing tour. It combines world-class entertainment with breathtaking landscapes. Dream, dance and sing along. Immerse yourself in the world of the Sound of Music and create your own story at these famous filming locations. weTours® promises all that on our Singing Sound of Music Tour – and so much more.

You’ll hear some of the greatest hits of the 20th century, like “Sixteen Going On Seventeen”, “Do-Re-Mi” – and of course the ever-popular “Edelweiss”. Sharing the spotlight with this outstanding Sound of Music Show, our tour not only guides you to the filming locations within the city of Salzburg, it also transports you out into the spectacular Salzkammergut lake district.

Depending on the group size, the tours are either conducted by a luxurious Mercedes Mini Van or in a premium bus with a panoramic glass sunroof. Its leather seats offer adjustable headrests and generous seat spacing. Thanks to the bus’s WLAN system, you are in constant contact with the outside world and can share your impressions with your loved ones any time you like.

The Singing Sound of Music Tour makes every loyal Sound of Music fan’s heart beat faster.

Advantages of a private tour

In terms of duration, route and cast, the PRIVATE Singing Sound of Music Tour is based on the Public Singing Sound of Music Tour, but provides much more privacy and flexibility:


Just share your plans and ideas with us and spend an entire day feeling like Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer!

Furthermore, the Private Singing Sound of Music Tour gives you the unique opportunity to personally meet the stars of our show



Have you ever dreamed of singing the popular song “Do-Re-Mi” exactly where it was filmed in the Mirabell Gardens? Or wished you were twirling through the alpine panorama like Julie Andrews, or taking a photo with your sweetheart in the famous Gazebo, right where Maria and Baron von Trapp once kissed?

You’ll feel the meaning of the film’s memorable melodies even more intensely when you’re surrounded by the magical atmosphere of stunning landscapes like these. Hills dotted with edelweiss, elaborately decorated houses with window boxes bursting with red geraniums, onion-domed church steeples standing tall before an imposing mountain panorama, and local people wearing their traditional costumes. 

The magnificent scenery alone is worth the price of admission, but the film locations make this an unbeatable tour, featuring thrilling behind-the-scenes stories, anecdotes about life on the film set and the fascinating saga of the Trapp family.

300,000 Visitors per YEAR


A delightful show at the original FILM LOCATIONS

Fans unanimously agree: Salzburg is the Sound of Music City! The filming locations are now world-famous. More than 300,000 visitors flock to Salzburg every year, eager to visit the original filming locations for the movie The Sound of Music.


After a personal and musical welcome from our entertainers Dana Hammett and Dmitry Iogman at  YOUR HOTEL OR YOUR AGREED PICK UP LOCATION (1), the group will proceed to the first stop, the lakeside palace known as SCHLOSS LEOPOLDSKRON (2). In addition to the nearby Frohnburg Palace, this rococo mansion was used to depict the front of the Trapp family’s villa. Primarily interior scenes were filmed here as well, and it was also the location for the scene in which the children fall into the adjacent lake. Scenes for songs like “Edelweiss“, “The Lonely Goatherd“, “So Long, Farewell” and “My Favorite Things” were shot here. During the tour, the palace will be viewed from the opposite side of the lake, which offers the very best view of it.

The next stop is offering a view of the NONNBERG ABBEY (3). This is exactly where the story of The Sound of Music began. The Nonnberg Abbey is the oldest convent still in existence north of the Alps. In the film, this nunnery served as the backdrop for the scenes for the song “Maria” and “I have confidence“. At this stop, you’ll will enjoy a magnificent view of the Alps and the Nonnberg Abbey. Then on to the FROHNBURG PALACE (4), which was also chosen as the location for exterior shots of the Trapp family’s mansion. This is where Maria danced along the tree-lined Hellbrunner Allee to the song “I Have Confidence“. We’ll view the Frohnburg from inside the bus. Today it houses part of the Mozarteum University, one of the world’s most famous music conservatories. Continuing on, the tour takes us to the world-famous Gazebo, which now stands in the park surrounding HELLBRUNN PALACE (5). The romantic love scene between Maria and Georg was filmed inside it, as well as the scene for the song “Sixteen Going on Seventeen“.

From Hellbrunn, the tour heads out into the nearby lake district known as the Salzkammergut. The fabulous scenery around the lakes Fuschlsee and WOLFGANGSEE (6) , where Do-Re-Mi” was shot, also served as the primary backdrop for the aerial shots at the beginning of the film. After a brief stop to take photos from a spectacular viewing platform, the bus makes its way to the idyllic lakeside village of MONDSEE (7). This is where the beautiful basilica stands in which Maria and the Baron von Trapp said, “I do” in the wedding scene. The final stop of the tour is the world-famous MIRABELL GARDENS (8), where Maria and the children danced around the Pegasus fountain while singing the song Do-Re-Mi in the film. As the scene ends, the von Trapp family gathered on the steps to sing the finale at the foot of the Rose Hill. 

One film breaks every record

The third most-watched film in history

Winner of 5 Oscars

The Sound of Music is one of the most successful Hollywood productions of all time. The movie won a grand total of five Oscars and still ranks among the third most-watched movies in history.

Immerse yourself in the world of The Sound of Music and spend some hours feeling like Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer!