PORCELAIN MUSEUM IN THE AUGARTEN

The Porcelain Museum in Augarten in Vienna illustrates the history of Viennese porcelain with its numerous historical exhibits. The museum explores the origin of porcelain in China, the porcelain enthusiasm of the European aristocracy, and the use of porcelain in the 20th and 21st centuries.

Did you know?
Porcelain was made around 620 AD in China. Around 1254 - 1324, the Venetian explorer and merchant Marco Polo brought the first porcelain to Europe.

Opening hours:
MON - SAT 10:00 – 18:00;
closed on Sundays and public holidays

Entrance fee: adult € 7/ children € 5
Free entry with your Flexi PASS (Get your Flexi PASS here!

HOP ON HOP OFF Stop: RED LINE Porcelain Manufactory

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    Inside the porcelain museum in Vienna (c) Porzellanmuseum im Augarten

ADDRESS
PORZELLANMUSEUM im Augarten
Schloss Augarten | Obere Augartenstraße 1 | 1020 Wien
T +43 1 211 24 200 | [email protected] | augarten.at

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