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Belvedere Museum is a spectacular baroque landmark, as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Avoid wasting time in long entrance lines, and enjoy the perk of a skip-the-line admission ticket. Get straight to the action and explore the museum at your own pace. Highlights include “The Kiss” by Klimt, and works by Claude Monet, Max Beckmann, and Vincent Van Gogh.
Book your Vienna Pass before you travel and save sightseeing time when you’re out and about in the Austrian capital. With a range of durations from one to six days, the pass gives you entry to some 60 attractions within your chosen time scale. Select your pass online, then plan out your visit to include sights such as the Giant Ferris Wheel and Schönbrunn Palace. Even better: You can use an included hop-on hop-off bus to get around town.
Step back in Viennese time with a visit to Time Travel: The Vienna History Show. The exciting museum brings the past into the present day, courtesy of multimedia displays and attractions audio-given information. Check out the era of Habsburg rule, uncover the plague-hit streets of medieval Vienna and discover the musical side of the city — all through animatronics and special effects. Special attractions include a World War II–era air-raid shelter and a virtual horse-drawn carriage ride.
Visit the Albertina Museum in Vienna with a general entrance ticket and discover one of the world's most comprehensive graphic art collections. Home to thousands of drawings and printed graphic works from all the key artistic eras, the museum also regularly hosts exhibitions dedicated to maestros such as Pablo Picasso and Van Gogh. Show your ticket to enter, then spend as long as you like admiring the collections.
Check out two of Vienna’s top attractions with a visit to Schonbrunn Zoo and a ride on the famed Giant Ferris Wheel. See over 4,000 animals from every continent at the zoo, as well as the popular giant pandas. Then take a spin on the trademark of Austria’s capital city, the Giant Ferris Wheel, and enjoy spectacular city views from the top.
Discover two of the Austrian capital’s top attractions in one day on this 3-hour Kunsthistorisches Museum and Imperial Treasury tour in Vienna. Visit the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, widely considered home to one of the most important collections of European art in the world. Admire masterpieces from artists such as Pieter Bruegel the Elder alongside works by Durer, Rembrandt, Raphael, Rubens, Titian and Velázquez. Then, head to the Imperial Treasury of Vienna and discover the dazzling treasures of the House of Habsburg. Admire sparkling jewelry and see the Austrian imperial crown.
Take a ride on Vienna’s famous Wiener Riesenrad Giant Ferris Wheel in the Prater Amusement Park without having to wait in line. Your admission tickets can be used at a time of your choosing, so you can enjoy spectacular views of Vienna’s UNESCO-listed monuments, Ringstrasse, and Baroque Old Town by day or night.
Step into a world of illusions in Vienna, and let your eyes trick your brain as you discover holograms, interactive optical illusions, and baffling mind games. A unique sensory and visual experience, the Museum of Illusions in Vienna offers a fun family day out for all the family. Just book online, grab a camera to snap intriguing photos, and learn about the science behind the museum’s many puzzles.
Explore the unique Museum Hundertwasser, a unique art collection housed in Kunst Haus Vienna. With this entrance ticket, take your time exploring the impressive work of Friedensreich Hundertwasser, one of the most important Viennese artists of the 20th century. Walk through the exhibits, which feature the largest collection in the world of his paintings, printed graphics, tapestries and architectural designs. This ticket includes entrance to the Museum, the temporary exhibitions and the garage.
The Leopold Museum is one of Vienna’s leading art museums and home to the world’s largest collection of Egon Schiele paintings. This single-use entrance ticket offers pre-paid entrance and unlimited access to the museum’s exhibits, so you can spend as much time as you want to admire the works of artists such as Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka, and Richard Gerstl.
Visit Tiergarten Schönbrunn, one of the oldest zoos in the world, with this prebooked entrance ticket. Simply show your voucher, and step inside the zoo, which occupies a spot inside the UNESCO-listed Schönbrunn Palace Gardens (aka Schlosspark Schönbrunn). How you spend your time at the family-favourite attraction is up to you: see endangered species such as giant pandas; watch polar bears swim in icy water; and discover tigers, jaguars and more inside the big cat enclosure.
Save time waiting in ticket lines, and guarantee admission to one of Vienna's top attractions, by pre-booking your entry ticket. In the Hofburg Palace on the Ringstrasse, Weltmuseum Wien is one of the world’s leading ethnographical museums. At your own pace, explore its 14 distinct exhibition galleries, each focused on unique cultural treasures from all over the world.
Admire the royal jewels of the House of Habsburg and discover Austria’s rich royal history with a visit to the Imperial Treasury of Vienna at Hofburg Palace. Explore at your own pace with a flexible entrance ticket and a self-guided tour, and take in highlights including the unicorn horn and one of the world’s largest emeralds.
Explore Vienna’s breathtaking Schönbrunner Gardens by mini-train on this hop-on hop-off tour. With your full-day ticket, set you own tour pace and route, disembarking at any of the nine stops along the 50-minute loop. Discover the lawns and gardens on foot, visiting Schönbrunn Palace, the Gloriette and the Schönbrunn Zoo (entrance fees not included), or simply sit back and soak up the breathtaking natural views.
Whether you've just arrived in Vienna and want to get your bearings or are looking for a magical moment to close off your adventure, Danube Tower is the place to do it. Book in advance and skip the long line on arrival, then take the elevator to the central station 541 feet above the city. Grab a bite to eat (at own expense) or simply take in the 360 degree views from the observation deck.
Visit Vienna’s Haus des Meeres aquarium, aka the House of the Sea, with a prebooked entrance ticket. Ensuring you waste no time when you enter, your ticket allows you to head inside and discover the impressive displays of tropical fish, sea turtles, and sharks at your leisure. Access to highlights such as the hammerhead shark tank, the Atlantic Tunnel and the 11th-floor panoramic café are all included.
Discover Imperial-era Vienna with an independent sightseeing package, themed around the life of Austria’s Empress Elisabeth. Also known as Sisi, the popular Austrian royal ruled in the late 1800s, and left her mark around the capital. Follow in her footsteps with visits to Hofburg and Schönbrunn palaces, and see Habsburg dynasty artifacts at the Imperial Furniture Collection. The combo package also includes dinner at a restaurant near Schönbrunn Palace and a classical music concert at the Schönbrunn Palace Orangery. Tickets can be used on different days.
Immerse yourself in the creative world of Mozart during a visit to Mozarthaus, Vienna, the only apartment of Mozart’s to have ever been preserved. Stroll around the beautifully restored apartment in order to gain insight into Mozart’s life and works; browse exhibits spread across three levels and enrich your knowledge of the legendary composer, famed for his mesmerizing symphonies and spellbinding composition, during your educational visit.
Combine your visit to the stunning, history-filled Schoenbrunn Palace with admission tickets to a classical music concert, performed on-site in the Palace Orangery. Tour the palace at your own pace during daytime opening hours, listening to a complimentary audio headset. Then, listen to an orchestral performance of compositions by Mozart and Strauss in the same venue where Mozart himself performed in 1786.
The Imperial Carriage Museum near Schönbrunn Palace has an impressive collection of carriages that once belonged to Austrian royalty. You’ll beat long visitor lines by having a pre-booked ticket, making it a fun and hassle-free day. As well as seeing lots of antique carriages, you’ll have an audio guide to enrich your visit and teach you about Austrian royalty. A fantastic way to see rare carriages, and learn about Austria’s history at the same time.
As one of Vienna’s most prestigious museums, the Natural History Museum (Naturhistorisches) ranks among the Austrian capital’s top attractions and attracts crowds to match. Beat the crowds and save time by booking your admission ticket to the museum in advance. You’ll fly past the long lines at the ticket counter and discover more than 20 million historical artefacts without wasting time in line.
Chocoholics—this one is for you! Spend a day in chocolate heaven at Chocolate Museum Vienna. You won’t have to wait in long visitor lines as entrance fees are included. The perfect tour for adults and children alike—this museum will take you through the history of chocolate, and entertain you with interactive chocolate games, and even a jungle walk. If the museum leaves you craving chocolate—you won’t have to look far as there’s a chocolate shop at the end too.
Vienna is packed full of excellent museums, so deciding which to visit can feel overwhelming. This private museum tour takes the guesswork out of your trip by providing recommendations and letting you pick your top two or three, which you'll visit with a guided tour led by history buffs.
Book a Flexi PASS online to explore Vienna, and enjoy discounted entry to your choice of three, four, or five top city attractions. Simply redeem your booking voucher in central Vienna, then activate your pass at the first attraction or hop-on hop-off bus to use over 30 consecutive days. It’s a great way for you to visit sites like the Danube Tower and Schönbrunn Zoo while saving money and time at the admission desks.