The Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna is considered one of the most important museums in the world. Since 1891, it has been captivating young and old art and history enthusiasts – today, around 1 to 1.5 million visitors make a pilgrimage to the KHM in Vienna each year.
Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna
The collections of the museum are divided into so many different areas that a single visit is never enough to see all the precious objects. But there is something for every interest guaranteed – for small and large guests, the interesting family excursion or a great school trip in Vienna.
The Hofjagd- and Rüst-Kammer or the Egyptian-Oriental collection are very exciting for young visitors. There is a lot to see and marvel at even in the area of art and history.
The collections in the Kunsthistorisches Museum:
- Antique collection and Egyptian-oriental collection
- Modern and contemporary art
- Kunst-Kammer Wien
- Picture Gallery
- Coin Cabinet and Museum Library
- Collections in the New Castle:
- Ephesos Museum
- Hofjagd and Rüst Chamber
- Old music instruments
By the way: Especially for children and schools, there is a broad cultural mediation program available: from a children’s and school atelier to public and private guided tours for kids to an audio guide especially for young ears!
360 degree view of a showroom:
Arrival and location of the museum
Adress: Burgring, 1010 Vienna
Public accessibility: Subway-Line U2, Station Museumsquartier
More information about the KHM, historical museum