Amid the spectacular architecture
You may kiss … !
Weddings can be celebrated at Kunsthistorisches Museum again as soon as we have re-opened on 30 May 2020. Say ‘I do!‘ in the presence of close family and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of a small, private celebration. A maximum number of one hundred guests ensures that the minimum distance of one metre is kept.
You may still kiss – despite distance and face masks.
Individual, inspiring and unique—have your wedding at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. Celebrate your civil wedding ceremony in the museum’s Bassano Hall or in the Member’s Lounge. The magnificent staircase provides the perfect photo backdrop: tradition-honored, exciting and built for eternity.
Around this milestone in your life together, we offer expert guidance for a walk-through of our collections: You will have encounters with Rubens, Bruegel, Vermeer or Caravaggio or rediscover the art of Egypt, Greece or Rome. Maybe there is a special area of interest that you as a couple have in common or are fascinated by? Our guides will also be happy to present tours on a special topic like love.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna not only provides space for your wedding ceremony plus a guided tour and a reception for family and friends, but as well has function rooms to host an imperial festive wedding dinner. Say "I do" amid the spectacular architecture of the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna!
Monday to Wednesday and on Friday: 4 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m., 12 p.m. and 2 p.m.
You have already found the perfect wedding location and want to make memories of your special day? Wedding shootings in the Kunsthistorisches Museum are possible every day before or after the opening hours.
To remember your special day, adopt a masterpiece from our collection and make yourself a gift. Or put it on your wedding list as a present. By adopting a masterpiece you support the conservation, restoration, and research of our treasures. And becoming a patrons does not have a time limit! Your name will forever be connected with your „godchild“ in the museum’s electronic inventory.
Wedding planner: Takako Lisa Matsumura @weddingplannervienna
Photography: Ivory Rose Photography @ivoryrose.photography
Hair and make-up: Make Up Artist SuzyQ @q_makeup
Bridal wear: BRIDEs SCENE supported by TAKAMI BRIDAL @bridesscene
Florist: Flowercompany @Flowercompany_vienna
Model: Vivian Frey @vivianfrey