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Point of View #26

Colour in Black and White - Josef Löwy's Photography Turntable (1888–1891)
28 October 2022 to
1 May 2023
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Vitrine EXTRA

Aphrodite of Ephesus
30 September 2022 to
21 May 2023
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In 80 Coins around the World

26 April 2022 to
23 June 2023
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Naked Masters
from 7 March 2023
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Welcome to the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna

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The digital Museum

We are now offering a new virtual 3D tour via the Discover Culture digital platform under the title The Imperial Titian Collection. Use our Online Collection to discover more of the museum's treasures.

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Research project CROWN

The Imperial Crown is one of the greatest treasures housed in the Imperial Treasury. Made of gold, enamel, pearls and precious stones, it served for centuries as the coronation insignia of the kings and emperors of the Holy Roman Empire and can look back on a long and eventful European history.

A research project is dedicated to the investigation of the materiality, technology and state of preservation of the Imperial Crown in Vienna – find out more about the research project!

Espresso Set:

Art as a Gift

Idols & Rivals

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A tour through the museum

Our new app tour "A Snowball's Chance?!” follows the tracks of climate crisis and is now available for kids and adults, so visitors of different age can get to know the museum and learn new things. Here you can discover further offers for families.

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Become an art patron and help us to preserve, restore and research your favourite artworks in the museum!

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Nautilus shell, 16th century

Tournament book Maximilian I, 1459-1519

Ushabti, Ancient Egyptian, 1372-1355 B.C.

Bruegel –
Once in a lifetime

In 2018, the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna hosted an unprecedented event: around half of all extant works by Pieter Bruegel the Elder were on show in the exhibition Bruegel – Once in a Lifetime. This amazing gathering of masterpieces was a small miracle – which you can enjoy during a digital visit.

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The corona crises continues to cause significant financial damage to the museum. Due to the closures and the decline in tourism, we are now facing severe economic challenges. You can help us to cope with this situation with a donation or the purchase of an Annual Ticket.

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