Vienna Museum

Vienna Museum main building on Karlsplatz
One of the exhibition rooms
Entrance to Clock Museum in Palais Obizzi
Beethoven residence in Heiligenstadt
Haydn House, around 1840
Schubert birthplace in Alsergrund
Michaelerplatz excavations
Remains of a hypocaust from a Roman house at Museum of the Romans
Vienna Battle 1683 by Frans Geffels
Kara Mustafa Pasha
Simplicity of the highest degree by Franz Xaver Messerschmidt
Family portrait of the imperial family by Leopold Fertbauer
Court Ball at the Hofburg by Wilhelm Gause
Woman in a yellow dress by Max Kurzweil
Loge im Sofiensaal by Josef Engelhart
Arnold Schönberg by Richard Gerstl
Arthur Roessler by Egon Schiele
Portrait of Emilie Louise Flöge by Gustav Klimt
Self-portrait by Anton Faistauer

Group of museums in Vienna consisting of the museums of the history of the city.

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Town square on the border of the first and fourth districts of Vienna.

Karlskirche on Karlsplatz, Vienna
Elisabethbrücke um 1895
Otto Wagner's design for the redevelopment of the Karlsplatz and the establishment of Emperor Franz Joseph City Museum, now home of the Vienna Museum (1909)
Kunstzone Karlsplatz 2008: Ernst Molden & Band
A factoid of the art project Pi in the subterranean passages
Square in front of the Karlskirche
Wien Museum
Wiener Musikverein
Wiener Secessions-gebäude
Kunsthalle Wien
Bibliothek der TU Wien
TU Wien, Hauptgebäude
"The Loyalty of the Austrian Nation" at the Karlsplatz

To the east is the Karlskirche, located in front of a water pool with a sculpture by Henry Moore with the building of the Vienna Museum (formerly the Historical Museum of Vienna) and the Winterthur Insurance building.


Palace in the Lainzer Tiergarten in Vienna, a former hunting area for the Habsburg nobility.

Hermés statue
Fountain in the courtyard of the Villa
Murals in the bedroom of the Empress depict scenes from A Midsummer Night's Dream
Hermesvilla Hof
Tilgnerbrunnen fountain
Hermesvilla statue
Hintererbrunnen fountain
Hermesbrunnen fountain

Emperor Franz Joseph I gave it to his wife Empress Elisabeth (nicknamed "Sisi"), and he called it the "castle of dreams.“ The name of the villa refers to a statue of Hermes made of white marble that is located in the garden of the villa. Today, the Hermesvilla is noted for its art and natural setting, and is used by the Vienna Museum for special exhibitions on cultural history.

Johann Strauss II

Austrian composer of light music, particularly dance music and operettas.

His father, Johann Strauss I, in an etching from 1835
Johann Strauss in his younger years
Strauss at the beginning of his career
Strauss and Johannes Brahms photographed in Vienna
Statue of the Waltz King in Stadtpark, Vienna
Silhouette by Otto Böhler

His residence in the Praterstrasse, where he lived in the 1860s, is now part of the Vienna Museum.


Roman military camp on the site of the modern city of Vienna in Austria.

Map of Vindobona around 250 A.D.
Head of a genius found during excavations of Vindobona
Silver plate, part of a larger find found around Kärntner Straße in 1945
Remains of the Roman outpost at Michaelerplatz
Roman stones from the thermae, at Sterngasse
Remains of a hypocaust, found below Hoher Markt
Dedication stone with inscriptions mentioning the Legio XIII Gemina
Manhole cover. Proper water supply and sanitation was vital for the functioning of the city
The Cygnus-Relief was probably part of a larger public building
Small bronze statuettes of gods

The centrepiece of the current design of the square is a rectangular opening that evokes the archaeological excavations at the site and shows wall remains that have been preserved from different epochs.


2nd municipal district of Vienna (2.

Haredi Jews at the in Leopoldstadt during the Austro-Hungarian Empire, in 1915. The once flourishing Viennese Jewish culture was destroyed during the Holocaust.
Crest of Leopoldstadt
The Volksprater amusement park in the Wiener Prater
The Hauptallee in the Prater
Wiener Riesenrad Ferris wheel
Volksprater, seen from the Ferris wheel
Galopprennplatz Freudenau
The "Mexico Church"
Interior of the Listen to the noon bells. [[File:AT-6846 Barmherzigenkirche (Wien) - Bells.ogg]]

Prater Museum (Vienna Museum)

Franz Schubert

Austrian composer of the late Classical and early Romantic eras.

Oil painting of Franz Schubert by Wilhelm August Rieder (1875), made from his own 1825 watercolour portrait
Franz Schubert Signature.svg
The house in which Schubert was born, today Nußdorfer Straße 54
Schubert c. 1814, painted by Josef Abel
Watercolour of Franz Schubert by Wilhelm August Rieder (1825)
Franz Schubert by Josef Kriehuber (1846)
Portrait of Franz Schubert by Franz Eybl (1827)
Schubert's glasses
Memorial at the Kalvarienberg Church, Hernals
The site of Schubert's first tomb at Währing
Autograph of Die Nebensonnen (The Sun dogs) from Winterreise
Interior of museum at Schubert's birthplace, Vienna, 1914
Lithograph of Franz Schubert by Josef Kriehuber (1846)
The Schubert Denkmal
Schubert at the Piano by Gustav Klimt (1899)

Among pianos Schubert had access to were a Benignus Seidner piano (now displayed at the Schubert Geburtshaus in Vienna) and an Anton Walter & Sohn piano (today in the collection of the Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum).

Nagoya City Museum

Museum of the city of Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Nagoya City Museum
Interior into one of the exhibits

A memorandum of understanding and cooperation was signed in January 2000 with the Vienna Museum, establishing it as a partner museum.


National capital, largest city, and one of nine states of Austria.

Depiction of Vienna in the Nuremberg Chronicle, 1493
Vienna in 1683
Vienna from Belvedere by Bernardo Bellotto, 1758
Vienna's Ringstraße and the State Opera in around 1870
Color lithograph of Vienna, 1900
Crowds greet Adolf Hitler as he rides in an open car through Vienna in March 1938
Occupation zones in Vienna, 1945–55
Vienna in 1966
Karlskirche, located on the south side of Karlsplatz in the 4th city district
Satellite image of Vienna (2018)
Map of the districts of Vienna with numbers
Albertina Terrace in the Innere Stadt
The Ring Road (Ringstraße) with a historical tram
The Debating Chamber of the former House of Deputies of Austria in the parliament
Interior of Vienna's historical Rathaus, the seat of city mayor
Messe Wien Congress Center
Austria Center Vienna (ACV)
“HoHo Wien” in January 2020
Monument of Johann Strauss II at Stadtpark, Vienna
State Opera (Staatsoper)
Hofburg Palace
Musikverein Vienna
Statue of Mozart during spring in Vienna
Courtyard of the Museumsquartier with Enzi seating furniture
Leopold Museum
Liechtenstein Museum
Hotel Sacher
View of the city from Stephansdom
Statue of Friedrich Schiller in front of the Academy of Fine Arts
The Vienna University of Economics and Business
The University of Vienna's main building
TU Wien
The Schönbrunn gardens in autumn
Ernst-Happel-Stadion in the Prater
Wiener Schnitzel
A typical Heurigen-Restaurant in Grinzing
Demel Café
Stephansplatz metro station
Vienna Airport terminal 3 arrivals lounge
UN complex in Vienna, with the Austria Center Vienna in front, taken from the Danube Tower in the nearby Donaupark before the extensive building work
Many international organizations and offices are located in Donaustadt.
Austrian Parliament Building
Belvedere Palace
Karlskirche at dusk
Kunsthistorisches Museum
Naturhistorisches Museum
Palais Augarten
Schönbrunn Zoo
Spanish Riding School
St. Stephen's Cathedral
Prince Eugene Monument
View of Hofburg
Vienna Secession building
Vienna State Opera
Wiener Riesenrad

The museums on the history of the city, including the former Historical Museum of the City of Vienna on Karlsplatz, the Hermesvilla, the residences and birthplaces of various composers, the Museum of the Romans, and the Vienna Clock Museum, are now gathered together under the group umbrella Vienna Museum.


4th municipal district of Vienna, Austria (4.

St. Charles's Church
The ORF Funkhaus (radio building) is located in Wieden

Vienna Museum: museum covering Vienna's history


6th municipal district of Vienna, Austria (6.

Mariahilfer Kirche (church).
Wienzeile house of Otto Wagner.
Raimund Theater.

Today, the house is a branch of the Vienna Museum.