The Haydnhaus is located at Haydngasse 19, near the Westbahnhof. After being released from his job at the Esterhazy palace due to his master, Nikolas's passing, he lived there with his wife until his death (so they lived there 1797-1809). They had no children but they often invited children of their neighbors and had them play in the courtyard, let them pick fruits.
He was given enough pension and he often hosted charity concerts to support the poor.
In this house he wrote The Creation Mass, the Four Seasons, and the last string quartets. I hope you enjoy the photo slide show.
This house-museum has a lot to see and offer. Overall, it's very intimate and welcoming, and you can think of Mr. Haydn more as a person than a great composer. One of the rooms has Brahms exhibition because Brahms House/Museum burned down about 30 years ago and they moved the remaining items to the Haydn House. The exhibition shows the two great composers' connections; Brahms wrote Variations on a Theme by Haydn (although today the study shows that the original theme was not by Haydn).