A virtual way to marvel at Vienna
Do you want to get to know the oeuvre of Gustav Klimt from the comfort of your couch, or go on a tour through the vaults of the Capuchin Crypt (Imperial Crypt), where the Habsburgs lie buried? Nothing could be easier. Many museums and sights offer virtual tours and show you the glory of their collections online.
Be impressed by the paintings of Egon Schiele in the Leopold Museum which currently displays Schiele´s work in its (online) exhibition "The Body Electric". Dive into the centuries-old collections of the Albertina or pay an online visit to the Belvedere which hosts the world´s largest collection of Klimt´s paintings.
The Wien Museum opens its (virtual) doors to a very special museum visit. The museum has digitized its holdings in a project lasting several years. Almost 48,000 objects can be clicked through on the website of the Wien Museum.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna (including the Weltmuseum Wien and Theatermuseum) offers a number of online experiences too. You can explore them here. The Naturhistorisches Museum Vienna is now showing important objects from its collection as 3D models - an innovative research project makes it possible.
Virtual tours and collections
- Arnold Schönber Center
- Collection of Arms and Armour
- Danube Tower
- Ernst Fuchs Museum
- House of the Sea
- Museum of Military History
- Jewish Museum
- Imperial Treasury
- Imperial Carriage Museum
- Capuchin Crypt (Imperial Crypt)
- Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
- Leopold Museum
- Museum of Applied Arts – MAK
- Natural History Museum Vienna
- Austrian National Library
- Austrian National Library – Digital reading room
- Schönbrunn Palace
- Sigmund Freud Museum
- University of Vienna campus
- University of Vienna main building
- Wien Museum
- Vienna's Ringstrasse
- Vienna State Opera
Virtual city tours in real time
Fancy a trip to Vienna? Virtual live city tours make it possible. Via Zoom, you can experience the city together with certified Viennese guides in real time. Find out more about the wide range of offers on the Virtually Vienna website.