COVID-19 safety precautions
As a preventive measure to contain infections caused by COVID-19, the Vienna Furniture Museum will remain closed until 13.12.2021. All events and educational programs will be canceled during this period.
During the reign of Emperor Franz Joseph the Imperial-Royal Furniture Depository was the central storage facility for the furniture and furnishings owned by the Habsburg family. Today it is one of the largest collections of furniture in the world, housing some 165,000 objects.
The collection is dedicated to the renovation, preservation and administration of its holdings, and is open to the general public as a museum. On display is furniture from more than three centuries, ranging from imperial furnishings, furniture from various stylistic eras including the Biedermeier and Historicist eras and the Vienna Modern movement to contemporary furniture design. It also mounts temporary exhibitions which are devoted to the history of architeture, design and twentieth-century furniture.
The building has also undergone visible transformation in terms of its appearance: for the opening of the musem in 1998 it was given an attractive modern exterior designed by Italian star architect Alessandro Alverà.
Current opening hours
Thursday - Sunday from 10 am - 5 pm
Closed on Mondays (except public holidays)
Covid-19 safety precautions
2 Gʼ rule applies (recovered, vaccinated).
Please carry your 2G proof (vaccinated or recovered) including an official photo ID during your stay. The control takes place in the entrance area. This applies to visitors 12 years and older.
Please wear a FFP2 mask to protect those around you. Children between the age of six and 14 are allowed to wear mouth and nose protection instead of the FFP2 mask. Children under 6 do not need to wear a mask.
This ticket admits the visitor to the Vienna Furniture Museum, a furniture collection that has no parallel anywhere in the world.
The Sisi Ticket Winter Special takes you on the trail of Empress Elisabeth to Schönbrunn, the Sisi Museum and the Imperial Furniture Collection.