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Skip the Line: Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Entrance Ticket
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Skip the Line: Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Entrance Ticket

By Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
Recommended by 94% of travellers
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RM 106.13
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RM 106.13
per adult

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Ages 0-99, max of 99 per group
Duration: 1h
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Mobile ticket
English


  • Skip-the-line Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
What's not included
  • Guide (please arrange your own tour guide)
  • Audio guide
  • Transfers


Return details
  • Returns to original departure point

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 8583P7

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • No minimum age requirement
  • Most travellers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 99 travellers

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Which attractions will I visit with Skip the Line: Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Entrance Ticket?
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Skip the Line: Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Entrance Ticket is hosted by Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. Read reviews, discover additonal experiences or contact Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna on Tripadvisor. Discover and book Skip the Line: Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Entrance Ticket on Tripadvisor

If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 8583P7

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262allant
262allant
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Arcimboldo and Brueghal
Paintings I've always wanted to see are housed here. the ones you would see on calendars and jigsaws. Arcimboldo pa
IlkleyBore
IlkleyBore
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Really good museum food
Really good museum cafe in fine surroundings. Reasonably priced lunch given the location. The one thing preventing
573lancer
573lancer
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Must do
Great museum with a lot of artifacts to view. We bought the 7 museums ticket package so we could have access to oth
ma_gorzatan410
ma_gorzatan410
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The most interesting museum in Vienna
Amazing museum. One can see the most iconic art works in the history of art. I would suggest to reserve several ho
HappyDays1894
HappyDays1894
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Wouldn't rush back
3.5 stars Wish we had bought our tickets online before coming here on a very rainy and cold day in Vienna. The l
Lucie L
Lucie L
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just incredible.
if you’re thinking about visiting a museum in vienna, THIS IS THE ONE! the entrance is FREE for teenagers, €21 for
Travellingonwheels
Travellingonwheels
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Extensive and impressive collections
This impressive building is both an art gallery and a museum. I particularly enjoyed the large collection of “Old M
globetrotting-elissa
globetrotting-elissa
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The Most Impressive Museum I've Ever Visited
Out of the nearly 70 countries I've been to, this is the most impressive museum I've ever visited. The architecture
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tnJ8809CX
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Draconian closing procedures mar an otherwise otherworldly experience
Draconian and uniquely militaristic early closing procedures — the young and creepily awkward staff invade your per
RACHPK1
RACHPK1
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It was mindblowing!
Unbelievable. One of the most impressive museums I have ever seen. The marble Chambers where the artefacts are on d
22alisona
22alisona
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Incredible
We loved visiting here. The restaurant was in the most amazing setting, the food was good. The exhibitions were awe
Angela R
Angela R
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Loved it!
Spent 3 hours enjoying the art in such a beautiful building! Cloakroom is free, for bags and coats. Lots of toilet
JQcreations
JQcreations
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One of the best European museums
We went on a Saturday morning as early as we could. The museum is inside a fantastic historical building. The fee a
David T
David T
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Stunning museum
This was an immense pleasure to wander around. The most amazing building, every detail is beautiful. And the cafe
669daphnem
669daphnem
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When visiting Vienna, this is a must!
The Kuntshistoriches is a must for those who appreciate Art. This must be one of the best Art collections in the w
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RAforAll
Chicago, IL10 contributions
We spent the afternoon of January 2023 getting a private tour with Sayed. We had 4 people- myself, husband and adult children. He had extensive knowledge of the history, art, and architecture of not only the palace and museum but also the surrounding area. He asked us if we wanted the leisurely (longer) tour with more detail or if we had somewhere to be in exactly 2 hours. We said we had lots of time and I am glad we did.

He brought us through and gave us such interesting information and stories. Many we will never forget.

The grounds are huge and could be overwhelming but Sayed walked us through and pointed out the most interesting objects. He also made sure we took time to understand the history and why it was important and went out of his way to make connections to us personally where

After we left, he took us through quiet back streets and into a church. It was just off the bustling square but felt like we were miles away.

He then left us at a quiet out of the way Viennese cafe so that we could enjoy the same experience people were getting at the popular one with a huge line.

From a booking perspective, not only was the process easy but the company sent multiple reminders including a detailed email with where to meet, what our guide’s name was, and his phone number just in case. It made what could have been a daunting experience easy.

I would highly suggest booking with this company and asking for Sayed.
Written 1 January 2023
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Sam K
Macclesfield, UK46 contributions
A MUST visit when in Vienna. Architecturally, the museum is absolutely stunning. It is also reasonably priced, costing less than £20 for entry. There are free toilets available and also free lockers to store bags and jackets. Each exhibit is laid out beautifully and has both German and English descriptions. I particularly enjoyed seeing the works of Bruegel the elder and Caravaggio. If you enjoy art and history, I recommend visiting.
Written 12 May 2023
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Dirk D
586 contributions
Oct 2021
As a Belgian this museum is a must do as it contains one of the most impressive collections of Flemish and Dutch painters in the world. Especially the Breughel room is art at its best. Some of the legendary paintings that were shown to me in school were available here. The Greco-Roman and Egyptian parts of the museum were a bit dull to be honest, especially compared to other museums like the Pergamon museum. The coin collection at the upper floor is only for the real art fans. The collection of Italian and French paintings is also downright impressive, but didn't appeal to me as much as the Flemish and Dutch paintings. The price of admission is a bit steep imo, but the building itself is also a tour de force of architecture and worthwile the price. I stayed here for three hours, but you can lose yourself an entire day here.
Written 19 October 2021
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MK22
1 contribution
Jul 2022
This is a review for the ticket, not the museum itself. Museum is a must see.
We visited museum in July so at busy tourist season however there was no line at all, so "skip the line" might not be even necessary here. But the voucher you receive is not a ticket - it took me twice as long to get into the museum than buying a ticket at the door. You have to go to their counter in the museum to exchange the voucher for the ticket. They cannot even scan the barcode on the voucher, I had to email it to their service email to receive an actual ticket.
Written 26 July 2022
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Kostas Cham
Athens, Greece99 contributions
Mar 2022
It is a huge collection exhibited in three floors, one contains coins, the other one paintings of German/Dutch/French/Italian artists and the third one with sculptures and ceramics of ancient greeks and egyptians. It is well worth a visit and the good part is that there are many benches inside to sit and observe the artworks. The audio guide is also recomended for this museum becuase it gives new perspectives on what you see.
Written 9 March 2022
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andrei_petrescu
Amsterdam, The Netherlands640 contributions
Sep 2022
The Kunsthistorisches Museum or the Museum of Fine Arts Vienna was my second best choice after Albertina museum for art exploring experiences in Vienna. The building of the Fine Arts Museum is impressive, holds on a lot of history constructed between 1871 and 1891. The grand stairway features paintings by Gustav Klimt, Ernst Klimt, Franz Matsch, Hans Makart. Entrance ticket: 18EUR.
Written 5 September 2022
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roamingworld
Washington DC, DC229 contributions
May 2022
This review is not for the museum but for the ticket paid through this site. Not only it wasn't "Skip the Line" as advertised, but I ended up waiting in line twice: once to enter the museum, and once to exchange the ticket for a real museum ticket.
Nowhere here it said that what you receive when reserving and paying through this site is not the actual ticket.
The museum is amazing, and I would highly recommend. However, buy your ticket once you get there so you do not end up waiting in line twice.
Written 31 May 2022
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NilsM73
Bergen, Norway41 contributions
Apr 2023
You go because you would like to see some classic pieces, to be provoked and educated, to which this place delivers far beyond. Take your time and savour the museum building as it's as much as the artefacts. We had a teenager and she simply loved it.
Written 14 April 2023
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P3342VRdavids
New York2 contributions
Apr 2023
What an incredible museum! We loved the cafe too with tortes and hot chocolates. The paintings from the Habsburg collection are a wonder to behold- especially interesting were the paintings of the royal family. The Bruegel collection was magnificent.
Written 7 April 2023
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Maria Popper
Copenhagen, Denmark8 contributions
Wow, one of the most comprehensive exhibitions I have ever seen in the world. We were a group of five friends all interested in history and spent inside over three hours and still didn't see everything. I think the best way would be to visit this museum twice. We have to come back.
Written 22 January 2023
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