Do this because
See the imperial collections of the Habsburgs
Visit one of the world's top museums
Admire masterpieces of art spanning five millennia
From Ancient Egypt and Greek Antiquity to the late 18th century
What to expect
The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna is one of the world's foremost museums. The magnificent architecture alone offers an inkling of the overwhelming enjoyment of art that awaits the visitor at this Museum on Vienna's Ringstrasse, originally commissioned by Emperor Franz Joseph and officially inaugurated in 1891.
Experience the rich collections of the Habsburgs, a dynasty that ruled in Austria for more than 600 years, for most of that time also as Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna boasts exhibits spanning five millennia – from Ancient Egypt to Greek Antiquity to the late 18th century. The Picture Gallery features unique major works by Dürer, Raphael, Rembrandt, Rubens, Titian, Velázquez and Vermeer as well as the world's largest collection of Bruegel paintings. On show at the Kunstkammer Vienna are the most wonderful of artworks, exotic items from distant climes, and mystical-magic objects. Perhaps the best-known work at the Kunstkammer Vienna is the world-famous ‘Saliera’ (salt cellar) by Benvenuto Cellini.
Visit the various museums and collections of the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna and enjoy the genuine imperial treasures on show.
Entrance to Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
What's not included
Entrance to Imperial Treasury Vienna and Imperial Carriage Museum
Maria-Theresien-Platz, 1010 Wien, Austria
Important to know
- Please print out your voucher and present it at the cashdesk