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Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Admission Tickets

€18
Free Cancellation
Mobile Ticket
Flexible Duration
  • Relish a visit to one of the finest art museums in all of Europe, the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna
  • Admire masterpieces by renowned artists such as Velazquez, Raphael, Rubens, Rembrandt, Titian, and more
  • Catch the largest collection of works by eminent Dutch painter Pieter Bruegel, including Children’s Games, The Tower of Babel, The Fight Between Carnival and Lent, The Peasant Dance, and many more
  • Revel in the eye-catching architecture of the museum and its incredible grand staircase, lined with paintings
  • Get an exclusive chance to see the intricate work of goldsmiths such as Benvenuto Cellini

Operating Hours

  • Daily except Mon: 10am - 6pm
  • Thurs: until 9pm
  • June to August: daily
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Master Ticket For Leopold Museum & Kunsthistorisches Museum

€27
Free Cancellation
Extended Validity
Mobile Ticket
Flexible Duration
  • With your combo master ticket to the Leopold Museum and Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, explore acclaimed artworks by eminent artists for a discounted admission fee.
  • Visit the palatial Kunsthistorisches Museum, its vibrant walls and elegant arches welcoming you to the largest museum in all of Austria.
  • The museum houses antique artworks from Ancient Egypt to masterpieces from the late 18th century, also paying homage to the prominent House of Habsburg.
  • The splendid museum, with opulent marble walls and gold ornamentation, is home to the works of artists such as Titian, Rembrandt, and the most extensive collection of works by Bruegel.
  • The Leopold Museum, which houses over 6,000 works of art, presents to you a colossal collection of Austrian art from the Modern Age, along with valuable handcrafts and authentic art nouveau on display.
  • The works of notable artists such as Richard Gerstl and Oskar Kokoschka will introduce you to the evocative art form of Expressionism.
  • The largest collection of works by expressionist Egon Schiele, with the museum being home to 220 of his artworks, will mesmerize you.
  • These tickets can only be redeemed at KHM - Kunsthistorische Museum, so please head there first.
  • The Leopold Museum is accessible for guests with restricted mobility with the help of an elevator.
  • Wheelchairs, free of charge, are available and must be reserved a day in advance at the Kunsthistorisches Museum.
  • On request, special guided tours for guests with restricted mobility are available at the Kunsthistorisches Museum.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 48 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
  • These tickets are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.

Visiting Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna| Book Kunsthistorisches Museum Tickets

Vienna’s biggest and one of the most important museums in the world is the Kunsthistotisches Museum. Known as the Museum of Fine Arts, it boasts more than 130 years of history. Built in 1891, the museum is one of the most-visited places in the Austrian capital and is truly magnificent in its size and significance.

Read on to know more about the museum tickets, highlights of the attraction and why the Museum is a must-have on your visit to Austria!

Why Visit Kunsthistorisches Museum?

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  • Built as a museum to house the Imperial collections of the Royal family, it is the grandest museum in Austria.
  • It holds in its possession, the best works of master artists like Raphael, Vermeer, Rubens, Rembrandt, Dürer, Titian, and Tintoretto among others.
  • The palatial building is adorned with lavish marble on the insides while being made of sandstone on the facade, making it simply beautiful.
  • Raphael’s "Madonna in the Meadow," Vermeer’s "The Allegory of Painting," and the Infanta paintings by Velazquez await to enthrall you.
  • Be mesmerized by the Egyptian, Roman, and Greek collections that exude antiquity.
  • Savor the beauty of various exhibitions that have exclusive themes for display.

All Your Kunsthistorisches Museum Ticket Options Explained

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What is the Best Way To Book Kunsthistorisches Museum Tickets? Book Online

Kunsthistorisches Museum is one of the major tourist attractions if you plan to visit Vienna, and it can become difficult to get tickets without prior arrangements. Book your tickets online in advance and enjoy a hassle-free experience. 

  • Convenience: Take in the beauty of the museum as you leave behind the hassle of long queues with the fast-track tickets that make your experience easier.
  • Advance Reservations: With the online ticketing process, you can secure your trip easily by booking your tour slots beforehand.
  • Great Discounts: Experience what the Kunsthistorisches Museum has to offer at interestingly low prices, as online booking gives you great discounts.

Kunsthistorisches Museum Highlights

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Madonna of the Meadow

Created in the year 1506, this masterpiece from Raphael, and is made on board with oil paint. Depicting the Christ Child and Saint John the Baptist, it is one of Raphael’s best works.

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The Bravo by Titian

This enigmatic painting from 1516, shows different expressions and interactions. It is an oil painting made on board and has been exchanging many hands and owners.

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Egyptian Oriental Collection

More than 17000 artifacts from the period between 3500-4500 are preserved in the museum showing its cultural history, the cult of the dead, and more.

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Coin Cabinet

One of the largest collections of coins from 1547 and is among the top five such collections in the world. It shows the evolution of various coins of the age and the medals that were used.

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Picture Gallery:

A collection of the paintings of the House of Habsburg and the basis of these are from the 16th and the 17th century. Pieter Bruegel the Elder is among the well-known works that are housed in the Picture Gallery.

Plan Your Visit To Kunsthistorisches Museum

Timings
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Kunsthistorisches Museum tickets
  • Timings: 10 am to 6 pm every day and 10 am to 9 pm on Thursdays.
  • Last Entry: 60 minutes before the closing time on your day of visit
  • Best Time To Visit: It is best to visit during the day time, to spend maximum time exploring the vast number of collections.
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Address: Maria-Theresien-Platz 1010 Vienna

Find on Maps.

  • By Train: Tram Line D 
    Nearest Stop: Burgring/Museum Stations
  • By Bus: U2, U3, D, 2, 2A
    Nearest Stop: Museum Stop
  • By Car: Distance From Airport: Vienna Airport is the nearest airport and is 20.6 km away.
    Car Parking: There is parking available next to the museum on a payment basis.
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  • Photography is only allowed for private use and non-commercial purposes.
  • Big luggage and bags can be deposited in the cloakroom outside. 
  • It is mandatory to carry a printout of your online ticket. 
  • Covid Rules are to be followed; maintaining social distancing is advised at all times.
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  • Make use of the audio guide that lets you discover details and the connections of all artworks to the source. 
  • There is a reduced pricing option on entry tickets which are available for students, and senior citizens. 
  • It is best to explore the exhibitions available at the time of your visit.
  • Do not forget to buy some souvenirs, postcards and art books from the museum shop
  • Dress comfortably and carry less luggage to explore the museum with ease and at leisure. 
  • Reach the venue 15 minutes before the time of booking to collect the vouchers.

All Your Questions About Kunsthistorisches Museum Tickets Answered

Q. Where can I buy Kunsthistorisches Museum tickets?

A. You can buy Kunsthistorisches Museum tickets online.

Q. Can I buy Kunsthistorisches Museum tickets online?

A. Yes you can buy Kunsthistorisches Museum tickets online.

Q. What is the cost of Kunsthistorisches Museum tickets?

A. The cost of Kunsthistorisches Museum tickets is €18.

Q. Can I get a discount on Kunsthistorisches Museum tickets?

A. Yes there is a reduced pricing ticket option for students, seniors,  military personnel and unemployed people.

Q. What is Kunsthistorisches Museum?

A. Kunsthistorisches Museum is one of the largest museums of Europe that was built to showcase the collections of the Imperial Family.

Q. How can I get access to Kunsthistorisches Museum?

A. You can purchase Kunsthistorisches Museum tickets online to get access.

Q. Where is Kunsthistorisches Museum located?

A. Kunsthistorisches Museum is located in Maria-Theresien-Platz, Vienna.

Q. What are some of the highlights of Kunsthistorisches Museum?

A. Some of the highlights of the museum include the Picture Gallery, Coin Cabinet and Egyptian Oriental Collection

Q. How to reach Kunsthistorisches Museum?

A. You can reach Kunsthistorisches Museum via bus, tram, and by self-drive.

Q. What are the timings of Kunsthistorisches Museum?

A. Kunsthistorisches Museum opens at 10 am daily and closes at 6 pm, except on Thursdays when it is open until 9 pm.

Q. What facilities are available in Kunsthistorisches Museum?

A. Wheelchair access, WIFI access, audio guides, cloak rooms are some of the facilities available at Kunsthistorisches Museum.

Q. Is Kunsthistorisches Museum wheelchair accessible?

A. Yes, the Kunsthistorisches Museum is wheelchair accessible.

Q. Is photography allowed in Kunsthistorisches Museum?

A. Yes, photography is allowed in Kunsthistorisches Museum for non-commercial purposes.

Q. Is it worth visiting Kunsthistorisches Museum?

A. With the largest collection of ancient coins, stellar artworks of giants of the art world, and a glorious depiction of our history, the Kunsthistorisches Museum is one important attraction to not miss out on your visit to Vienna.