ALBERTINA Vienna entrance ticket

Validity: Flexible
Do this because
  • See the sumptuous State Rooms in which the Habsburgs lived
  • Be fascinated by masterpieces of modern art like Monet and Picasso
  • Don't miss amazing temporary exhibitions
What to expect

The ALBERTINA and its art exhibitions are a must-see in Vienna. Book your ticket for the ALBERTINA or a convenient combo ticket including also the entrance to the ALBERTINA modern.

Located directly in the heart of Vienna, the ALBERTINA combines the ultimate art experience with imperial flair. The internationally renowned, state-of-the-art art museum is part of the Hofburg Palace and housed in a historic, former Habsburg residential palace. Art lovers and city tourists from all over the world appreciate the ALBERTINA for its extensive range of exhibits and the top-class, varied exhibition program. Austrian as well as international art, from the Middle Ages to the present day, collection highlights as well as loans from all over the world: there is something for every taste in art.

You can visit at the ALBERTINA 20 stunning State Rooms that provide an insight into history and every day life of the Aristocratic Vienna. Moreover, the palace houses an extraordinary collection of paintings and sculptures that range from French Impressionism and Fauvism to German Expressionism and Bauhaus or Russian avant-garde, with masterpieces from Monet and Picasso, Cezanne and Matisse, Modigliani, Giacometti and many other worldwide acclaimed artists. Works of art from the world-famous ALBERTINA graphic collection, founded in 1776 by Duke Albert and his wife, Archduchess Marie-Christine, are presented in individual exhibitions. Selected highlights of the collection can be admired as facsimiles in the staterooms.

The ALBERTINA also houses the largest and most important Austrian photographic collection, as well as a unique exposition of architectural studies, plans and models. In addition to the permanent collection, the ALBERTINA offers a varied program of outstanding temporary exhibitions.

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