Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum of Art History Tickets

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Discover masterpieces by great artists with this entrance ticket to the Vienna Museum of Art History . With this fast-track ticket to the KHM, you can tour the palace and discover the magnificent collection of Habsburg art.

Visit the various rooms and see works of art by artists such as Rubens, Rembrandt, Raphael, Velazquez and more. Explore the immense variety of works of art ranging from ancient Egypt to the late 18th century, and also come and see the exquisite temporary exhibitions .

  • Discover one of the world's first fine art galleries with this skip-the-line ticket to the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna's Museum of Art History.
  • Skip the queues and discover the Habsburg imperial collections .
  • See works of art from ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece to the end of the 18th century.
  • Marvel at masterpieces by Caravaggio, Titian, Rubens and many more.

What’s included

  • Skip-the-line entrance to the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna's Museum of Art History.
  • Access to temporary exhibitions.
  • Audio guide (available at an additional cost).

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Discover a palace full of unique works of art with this ticket to the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna's Museum of Art History. Skip the line and enter the museum to discover the magnificent Habsburg collection, works from ancient Egypt and classical antiquity, as well as pieces by famous artists and the palace's temporary exhibitions.

Located on Vienna's Ringstrasse boulevard, this museum was built by Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria to house the art collection of the Habsburgs, a dynasty that ruled Austria for more than 600 years. Visit the interior of this palace and discover a wealth of pieces that the emperors of the Habsburg dynasty collected over the centuries.

Inside you will see Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities with pieces dating back five millennia. Marvel at ancient treasures from Ancient Egypt and magnificent statues from classical Greece and Rome up to the end of the 17th century.

Explore all the halls and collections of this museum and also visit the picture gallery, the museum's most crowded space, with works by Spanish, Italian, French, German, Dutch and Flemish masters. Take the opportunity to visit some of the rooms reserved for the museum's temporary exhibitions .

Get up close to masterpieces by Caravaggio, Titian, Rubens or Velázquez and see magnificent examples of works of art. You'll also see paintings by Dürer, Rembrandt, Vermeer and Pierter Brueghel, as well as the largest collection of Brueghel paintings. Among the extensive collection you will find The Tower of Babel, the Triptych of Calvary, The Lamentation of Christ or the Portrait of a Young Venetian Girl.

In addition to an extensive collection of paintings, you will also find mystical and exotic objects from distant lands. Among its most famous objects is Benvenuto Cellini's famous Gold Salt Cellar, the most expensive in the world, which belonged to King Francis I of France. Enjoy this magnificent journey through classical antiquity and see authentic imperial treasures.

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4.8
· 294 Reviews
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    Jimena
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    I really liked the museum, I recommend it.
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    Yelisei
    5
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    Great, without words. The works cover almost all the best artistic times of humanity. You can see unpublished works by Caravaggio or Rubens, among many more by other artists who changed the world with their vision of life. I was fascinated by the KHM.
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    Jairo
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    Wonderful collection!
  • T
    Tidian
    5
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    Exceptional museum, the best I have seen so far.
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