In compliance with the current regulations to contain the pandemic, Kunsthistorisches Museum will be closed from April 1st to April 19th 2021. We look forward to welcoming you again soon!
Our live programme
Take part at our new live talk format #ArtAperitivo every Thursday at 6 p.m. and humorous live tours through our collections every Wednesday at 6 p.m on Instagram. Our new programme Donnerstagabend im Museum invites you every week to guided tours, lectures or discussions live on Zoom.
Every month we show you a video of our new series #MyMuseumMoment, where employees of the museum tell you their stories and highlights of the KHM. The exhibition Corona’s Ancestors at the Imperial Carriage Museum deals with plagues and epidemics and contributes to our wider understanding of the incisive experiences we are currently undergoing.
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.
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.