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.
- 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.