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Kunsthistorisches Museum and Imperial Treasury combo ticket

Availability: Depending on the museum
Duration: Flexible
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  • See the imperial collections of the Habsburgs
  • Admire masterpieces of art spanning five millennia
  • From Ancient Egypt & Greek Antiquity to the late 18th century
  • Get a unique panorama of over 1000 years of European history
What to expect

Visit two top exhibitions with one ticket!

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 at the museum the rich collections of the Habsburgs, a dynasty that ruled in Austria for more than 600 years. The exhibits span five millennia – from Ancient Egypt to Greek Antiquity to the late 18th century.

Combine this experience with a visit of the magnific Impaerial Treasury at Hofburg Palace. This exposition is devided into two sections. The Secular Treasury offers a unique panorama of over 1000 years of European history. Here you find the most important collection of medieval royal objects: the insignia and jewels of the Holy Roman Empire, including the Imperial Crown and the Holy Lance. Moreover it houses highlights like the Crown of Emperor Rudolf II (which later on became Crown of the Austrian Empire), or the vestments and other precious items of the Order of the Golden Fleece, or one of the world's largest emeralds, or an agate bowl from Late Antiquity which was thought to be the legendary Holy Grail. While the Ecclesiastical Treasury offers a fascinating journey through the history of art, piety and religion. The items tell of the medieval cult of relics, from the Catholicism of the Habsburgs to the era of the Counterreformation, of rulers’ post-baroque piety and Austrian folk religiosity.

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What's included
  • Entrance to Kunsthistorisches Museum
  • Entrance to the Imperial Treasury at Hofburg Palace
  • Entrance fees
What's not included
  • Entrance to Neue Burg
  • Entrance to the other exhibitions at Hofburg Palace

The Kunsthistorisches Museum is located at Maria-Theresien-Platz in VIenna / the Imperial Treasury is located inside the Hofburg Palace at Schweizerhof, Vienna

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You can start at the museum of your choice


Imperial Treasury:

  • Every day except Tuesday from 9:00am to 5:30pm

Kunsthistorisches Museum:

  • February - May: Daily except Monday 10am-6pm; Thursday 10am-9pm
  • June - August: open every day
  • September - 14 October: Daily except Monday 10am-6pm; Thursday 10am-9pm
  • 15 October - December: open every day
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