Natural History Museum Vienna

The Natural History Museum in Vienna has a collection of about 30 million specimens and artefacts making it one of the foremost museums of its kind worldwide. The collection includes such famous objects as the 29,500-year-old “Venus of Willendorf” figurine, a skeleton of Steller’s Sea Cow, which became extinct over 200 years ago, and the largest and oldest meteorite collection in the world.

Did you know?
For a long time, the statuette "Venus von Willendorf" in the Natural History Museum of Vienna was considered to be the oldest completely preserved image of a human being and is still today an often-quoted example of femininity.

Opening hours:
Thursday - Monday 09:00–18:30
Wednesday 09:00–21:00
Closed on Tuesdays
24th December 09:00-15:00
25th December and 1st January closed

Entrance Fee: adults  € 10 / children € 0
Free entry with your Flexi PASS (Get your Flexi PASS here!

Fast lane: Show your Flexi PASS directly at the entrance

HOP ON HOP OFF Stop: RED and YELLOW LINE Heroes’ Square or RED LINE Shopping Street

GALLERY

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    Natural History Museum in Vienna (c) Natural History Museum

    Natural History Museum in Vienna (c) Natural History Museum

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    Hall of the Museum in Vienna (c) Natural History Museum

    Hall of the Museum in Vienna (c) Natural History Museum

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    Entry of the Museum in Vienna (c) Natural History Museum

    Entry of the Museum in Vienna (c) Natural History Museum

ADDRESS
Naturhistorisches Museum | Maria- Theresien-Platz | 1010 Wien | T +43 1 521 77 0 | [email protected] | nhm-wien.ac.at

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