The heart of the Kunsthistorisches Museum is its collection of paintings, which includes works by Tintoretto, Bruegel, Rubens, Dürer, and Raphael. However, there’s a lot more to see! The Egyptian and Near-East Collection contains around 17,000 objects from archaeological digs, and visitors can also enjoy the collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities and the Coin Collection. The most famous works include The Art of Painting, a self-portrait by Rubens, The Hunters in the Snow by Bruegel, and Caravaggio’s David with the Head of Goliath. Discoveries from the ancient world including a votive statue of a man from Cyprus, a sarcophagus featuring a battle between the Greeks and the Amazons, and a mosaic of Theseus. The Coin Collection features artifacts from Ancient Greece and Rome as well as Celtic, Byzantine, Persian, and Chinese coins and is sure to delight fans of numismatics. The main building of the Kunsthistorisches Museum is a treasure trove of art and archaeological objects from centuries of human history. The Imperial Treasury in the Hofburg and the Imperial Carriage Museum on the grounds of Shönbrunn Palace are also parts of the KHM but they have separate entrance tickets. However, all three are included as attractions in the Vienna Pass.