Bild im Kusthistorischen Museum in Wien

Treasures of the Habsburgs

Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien ranks among the most significant museums in the world.

With its artistic treasures, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien ranks among the most significant museums in the world. Unique major works by Dürer, Raffael, Rubens, Rembrandt, Tizian, Vermeer and Velásquez as well as the world’s largest Bruegel collection attest to the Habsburg Emperors’ and Arch Dukes’ passion for collecting. Kunstkammer Wien showcases 2,200 important works of art such as the famous Salt Cellar by Benvenuto Cellini.

Kaiserliche Schatzkammer Wien - located in the oldest part of the Hofburg palace - holds unique Habsburg treasures such as the Austrian Imperial Crown and the Crown Jewels of the Holy Roman Empire including the Imperial Crown.

Exhibition highlight 2020/21

  • Beethoven moves: 29.09.2020 - 24.01.2021
  • Titian and women: 05.10.2021 - 16.01.2022

Openg hours

  • Kaiserliche Schatzkammer 02.11.2020 - 28.03.2021
    • Fryday - Sunday 9.00 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.
    • Monday - Thursday closed
  • Kunsthistorisches Museum 02.11.2020 - 28.03.2021
    • Wednesday - Monday 9.00 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.
    • Tuesday closed

Included services

  • Admission to Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien and Kaiserliche Schatzkammer Wien

Destination station: Vienna

Price overview

Price overview Kunsthistorisches Museum
Offers ÖBB Plus-offer Local price
Adults € 19.80 € 22.-

Valid from 02.09. - 31.12.2020
Children and adolsecents up to the age of 19 are free