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Combined Ticket „Treasures of the Habsburgs“

Adults: € 20
Group Ticket (10 p., or over) p.p.: € 18
Valid for one year from the date of purchase

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of Pieter Bruegel the Elder and experience the special exhibition with your combined ticket.

Combined Ticket incl. Bruegel: € 25
From October 2nd, 2018 until January 13th, 2019

Visit the magnificent Kunsthistorisches Museum and see imperial masterpieces by Rubens, Rembrandt, Raphael, Velázquez, Titian and Durer, as well as the world’s most important collection of paintings by Pieter Bruegel the elder.

Discover the fabulous treasures of the House of Habsburg in the Treasury: it houses the Austrian imperial crown, the magnificent German imperial crown and the insignia of the Holy Roman Empire, as well as sparking jewels and the largest cut emerald in the world.


Adults: € 24
Group Ticket (10 p., or over) p.p.: € 19
Valid for one year from the date of purchase

With this combination ticket two of Austria‘s leading museums offer you the possibility to experience more than 2.000 years of old art at a reduced admission fee:
Admire the imperial masterpieces at the magnificent Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna: paintings by Rubens, Rembrandt, Raphael, Velázquez, Titian and Dürer, as well as the world’s largest collection of Bruegels. At the Kunstkammer Vienna discover for yourself the famous Saliera by Benvenuto Cellini.

The Leopold Museum houses the world’s largest Schiele collection and masterpieces by Gustav Klimt. Additionally, paintings, graphics and objects of the 19th and 20th centuries, including precious handcrafts and original art nouveau and Wiener Werkstätte furniture, are on view at the Leopold

The Leopold Museum is closed from 5 November to 5 December 2018.

The Emperor’s Treasures

Adults: € 23
Group Ticket (10 p., or over) p.p.: € 19
And you don’t even have to visit all museums on the same day!

Over the centuries the art-loving members of the House of Habsburg collected and commissioned a wealth of magnificent artworks, amassing a rich – material and immaterial – heritage. The importance of this patrimony is reflected in the fact that it was housed in close vicinity to the Imperial Hofburg Palace.

This is where the Imperial Treasury Vienna is located. It houses unique objects of outstanding historical and religious importance such as the crown of the Holy Roman Empire or the crown of Emperor Rudolf II., later the Austrian Imperial crown. The adjacent Stallburg, Vienna‘s most prominent Renaissance building, was reserved for the magnificent Imperial horses. The traditions of this High School of Classical Horsemanship are continued to this day in the Baroque Winter Riding School built by Emperor Charles VI. Come and see the Emperor’s most precious treasures togethern.

The Spanish Riding School invites you to attend a morning exercise to see the training of the celebrated Lipizzaner stallions.

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