Radisson Blu Style Hotel, Vienna

Museums in Vienna


As a leading cultural capital, Vienna is home to a wealth of museums. You can find the most exciting and interesting exhibitions within walking distance of the hotel, whether you are interested in art, royal history, natural history or auctions. 

Nearby museums

  • Imperial Treasury, 400 m – Also called Schatzkammer, this museum holds some of the world’s most valuable treasures.
  • Sisi Museum, 400 m – The historically authentic apartments of Emperor Franz Joseph and Elisabeth, exhibiting magnificent porcelain, glass and silverware.
  • Dorotheum, 600 m – One of the world’s oldest auction houses, hosting 600 auctions per year, featuring 40 categories and 100 experts. 
  • Albertina, 700 m – Stately collection of graphics and visual arts based on the collection of Albert von Sachsen-Teschens. One of the largest in the world of its kind.
  • Jewish Museum Vienna, 700 m – Originally established in 1895, the museum seeks to raise awareness of Jewish history, religion and culture. 
  • Kunsthistorisches Museum, 900 m – The Art Historical Museum of Vienna opened in 1891 and is one of the leading art history museums in the world.
  • Naturhistorisches Museum, 900 m – Natural history museum, housing world-famous unique objects, such as the 29,500-year-old Venus of Willendorf and enormous dinosaur skeletons.
  • MuseumsQuartier, 1,1 km – One of the largest art and culture complexes in the world, with about 70 cultural facilities. 
  • Sigmund Freud Museum, 1,2 km – Sigmund Freud’s former office has been open to the public since 1971, and attracts more than 80,000 visitors a year.
After a long and interesting day of learning and enjoying the many museums, unwind in the sauna, located in the Radisson Blu Style, Vienna’s wellness center. Afterwards, have delicious Viennese specialty at the on-site Sapori restaurant and a tasty drink at the H12 Bar.