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Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum Day Admission Ticket

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Admire the masterpieces of art at Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum. See works from ancient Egypt to classical antiquity to the late 18th century.
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Combo Ticket: Kunsthistorisches Museum & Imperial Treasury

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Explore the Habsburg treasures of Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum and the Imperial Treasury with a combined entrance ticket to see the world’s most important art collection, imperial architecture, and more.
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Museum of Art History & Leopold Museum Combination Ticket

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Visit two of the most important museums in Austria with this combo ticket at an unbeatable price. Discover 2,000 years of art history at the Leopold Museum and the Museum of Art History in Vienna. Admire works of art by Klimt, Schiele, and more.
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Half Day Guided Tour in the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna

 
Book your half-day tour of the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna with a professional guide now with Musement. See paintings of Titian, Rembrandt, Raphael and many more.
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Expert Led Private Tour of Kunsthistorisches Museum with Admission Tickets

 
The immense Kunsthistorisches Museum stands as one of the great art collections in the world. This museum tour is designed as an overview or "crash course,” with time spent in several of the major collections. One particular focus will be the picture gallery, featuring 16th and 17th century paintings from Venice, the Netherlands, and Germany and including masters such as Titian, Vermeer, van Eyck, and Dürer. Inspired by the masterpieces hanging before us, we’ll take an aesthetics approach, discussing the visible differences between northern and southern European painting styles. We’ll also look at how and why the ruling Habsburgs collected certain works and will cast our imaginations outwards to reflect on the collection’s greater symbolism for imperial Austria.
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