Travel back in time and discover the diverse art and interior elegance in the Kunsthistorisches Museum and the Imperial Treasury of Vienna.
Explore the fascinating Kunsthistorisches Museum of Vienna
Admire the elegance of the Imperial Treasury
Marvel at masterpieces by Caravaggio, Raphael, Vermeer, Titian, Rembrandt and others
Explore the Habsburg Emperor's Art Museum, home to countless masterpieces such as the Bruegel Tower of Babel, and then visit the Hofburg to see the imperial collection of jewels, gems and weapons.
With works from ancient Egypt and masterpieces such as Caravaggio, Raphael, Vermeer, Titian, Rembrandt and Rubens, the Kunsthistorisches Museum displays a fascinating variety of works of art.
The building is also a true work of art with marble floors, huge frescoes and a huge 60-metre-high dome, which ensure that art of this calibre has the right environment.
The Imperial Treasury is proudly located in the oldest wing of the Hofburg. These sacred halls contain 21 rooms littered with glittering jewels, gems, weapons and other symbols of imperial power. The undeniable highlight, however, is the actual crown of the Holy Roman Empire.
•Entrance to Kunsthistorisches Museum
•Entrance to Imperial Treasury
•Audio guide (available for an extra fee in English, German, Italian, French; at the museum also in Spanish, Japanese, Russian, Korean, Mandarin)
•Guided tour (available at the museum for an additional fee)
Kunsthistorisches Museum: Maria-Theresien-Platz, 1010, Vienna.
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