A unique exhibition of furniture ranging from the Baroque, Biedermeier and Historicist eras to the Vienna Modern movement and contemporary Austrian furniture design.
Still regarded as something of an insider’s tip, this museum with a display area of 4,000 m² allows the visitor to stroll through past eras of imperial furnishing styles. Alongside exhibits of sublime magnificence and beauty visitors also encounter many a curious object – for example, a large collection of imaginatively designed commodes.
One of the most popular sections is the permanent exhibition Sissi in the Movies – Imperial Furniture for the Sets.
Last but not least, the Vienna Imperial Furniture Collection also focuses on the development of furnishing styles outside the Viennese court. From Biedermeier to the present day all eras are represented, with designs by outstanding Austrian artists such as Otto Wagner, Josef Hoffmann and Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky.
Valid for single admission within one year from date of purchase.
Free admission for children under 6.
Reduced tickets are available from the ticket desks at the museum only.
Last admission is one hour before closing time.
Tuesday to Sunday 10 am - 6 pm
Closed on Mondays except:
2020: 13.4.2020, 1.6.2020, 28.12.2020
Accessible for wheelchair users.
All exhibition areas are accessible barrier-free via ramps or lift.
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