The audioguide provides a concise and informative overview of the respective collection. As you tour the collection you will notice that many objects have labels with an audioguide symbol and a number.
If you would like to hear about one of these objects, simply enter the number on your audioguide and listen to the explanation. The easy handling, the high audio quality and the texts written especially for listening to enrich your visit through an additional aspect.
The Tyrolean guldiner
The guldiner was the first large-size silver coin that was used all over Europe. The Tyrolean guldiner may thus justifiably be considered a forerunner of the American dollar or Japanese yen as an internationally accepted currency.
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The audio guided provides explanations for nearly 600 objects from all the collections of the museum:
- The Building
- The Egyptian and Near Eastern Collection
- The Collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities
- The Coin Cabinet
- The Picture Gallery
- Special exhibition (only in German and English)
You get your audioguide at the audioguide desk before going up the stairs.
Per Person: € 4
Take 2: € 7
Family (2 ad. + 3 child.): € 8
Group (10 pers or more): € 3
Annual ticket holders: € 2
Mag. Alexander Smith
Museum und Publikum
mit MVK und ÖTM
Burgring 5, 1010 Wien
Tel. +43 1 525 24- 5252
Fax +43 1 525 24- 5299