This full-scale museum devoted to music is both hands-on and high-tech. Experimenting with sounds and seeing how different instruments and synthesizers create the music we experience today, visitors can even create their own composition to take home on a CD. Take the time to inspect every niche. Besides all the interactive music making, you also encounter reminders of the great composers who have lived in Vienna—not only Mozart, but also Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, and others. In these rooms, you can listen to your favorite renditions of their works or explore memorabilia. You can even take to the podium and conduct the Vienna Philharmonic that responds to your baton. A memorial entitled "Exodus" pays tribute to the Viennese musicians driven into exile or murdered by the Nazis. Since 2007, the museum has been staging concerts on the top-floor with musicians of all persuasions. The penthouse also has a restaurant where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city and some good food, and there is a coffee house on the ground floor.