Vienna is known as one of the central culture cities of Europe. A visit to one of its numerous museums is a must when you are in town. Here we have gathered for you some of our top choices in the Austrian capital.
The Imperial Furniture Collection
The Habsburg monarchy is one of Europe’s most important lands and kingdoms—especially for Austria. This museum is the owner of over 165,000 items that were collected by the family over the last three centuries of furniture and furnishing. Don’t miss out on the collection of crowns, which will make you feel like real royals.
Address: Andreasgasse 7, 1070 Wien
Opening hours: Every day from 10am to 5pm
Founded in 1786, this is one of the biggest and most impressive museums in Europe. The collection holds more than 45,000 drawings and some 35,000 books from the last 500 years. Among other artists, you can appreciate works of celebrated painters such as Edvard Munch, Francisco Goya, and Pablo Picasso.
Address: Albertinaplatz 1, 1010 Wien
Opening hours: Every day from 10am to 6pm
Promoted by the Emperor Franz Joseph, this museum, which opened in 1918, is the home for many innovative technological inventions. This is a celebration of human development, with a clear emphasis on the contribution of Austria to many inventions.
Address: Mariahilfer Str. 212, 1140 Wien
Opening hours: Every day from 9am to 6pm