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The Naturhistorisches Museum Wien (or Natural History Museum of Vienna) is an extensive and impressive collection based on the collecting passions of Emperor Franz I. After his death his wife, Empress Maria Theresa, gave his collection to the state and allowed it to be opened to the public, and since then the museum has acquired more than 30 million objects, of which 100,000 can be seen in the permanent displays. Ticket lines for the museum can be extremely long, so book in advance to skip the lines!
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Naturhistorisches Museum Vienna Admission Ticket

 
The Museum of Natural History is one of the most esteemed museums in Vienna. With an impressive collection of over 30 million specimens and artefacts it’s one of the city’s most popular attractions.
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Opening Hours:

The Naturhistorisches Museum is open every day except Tuesday. The museum opens at 9 am daily and closes at 6.30 pm from Thursday to Monday and at 9 pm on Wednesdays. Final admission is 30 minutes before closing time. The museum is closed on December 25 and January 1.

Address:

Naturhistorisches Museum Wien
Maria-Theresien-Platz
1010 Vienna

Tickets:

Tickets cost €12 for adults, €10 for visitors aged 60 and over, disabled visitors, holders of the Vienna Card, and members of the Ö1 Club, and €7 for students and apprentices. Entry is free for visitors aged 18 and under. Audio guides cost €5.

How to get there:

The Naturhistorisches Museum is easily accessible via public transport. The closest U-Bahn station is Volkstheater (served by the U2 and U3 lines), or you can take tram numbers 1, 2, 46, 49, 71, or D, or bus number 48A. There is no parking directly at the museum, but there is underground parking available for a fee at the nearby MuseumsQuartier or at Schmerlingplatz.
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