Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna and Imperial Treasury of Vienna
Also visit Kunstkammer Vienna, which is another museum located within Kunsthistorisches Museum. See the museum's 20 galleries and let them invite you on a journey to experience a world of beauty and wit, curiosities and wonder. See magnificent works of art collected by the emperors and archdukes of Habsburg, telling stories of their creators, collectors and rulers.
You can further admire superb instruments played by famous musicians and composers as well as sumptuous armor and arms documenting centuries of European history at Neue Burg, which is the former imperial winter palace and is also located within Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna.
Your ticket also allows you access to the Imperial Treasury of Vienna as well as the House of Habsburg located within the Imperial Treasury. Discover the fabulous treasures of the House of Habsburg, which is not only home to sparking jewels and the largest cut emerald in the world but also houses the Austrian imperial crown, the magnificent German imperial crown and the insignia of the Holy Roman Empire.
- Entry/Admission - Kaiserliche Schatzkammer Wien
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Kunsthistorisches Museum opening hours: June-August daily 10am-6pm, Thursdays 10am-9pm Sept-May: Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm, Thursdays 10am to 9pm
- Imperial Treasury Vienna opening hours: Daily (except Tuesdays) 9am-5.30pm
- Adult pricing applies to all travelers; children under the age of 19 years are free of charge
Enjoyed the masterpieces at the art museum, and had a rich time at the Imperial Treasury ...
This Kunsthistorisches is amazing - excellent art collection and plenty of seats in each room so you can relax and enjoy the paintings. Put aside a few hours to enjoy this.
Well worthwhile tour for those interested in imperial Vienna and the Habsburg Dynasty. The highlight of the Treasury was the display of the Habsburg imperial crown and the coronation regalia. I enjoyed this tour because I was my own 'guide', and I could see the things that I was interested in, and could spend as much time as I liked at each display.
Worth a visit if you have time, but I wouldn't worry if you miss it :-