From the 70-meter-long Parthian Frieze, 40 meters can be viewed – a panorama of military scenes with brilliant depictions of battle, hunt, the art of riding, and victory. In addition to this important relief, which bears witness to Roman times in Asia Minor (2nd century AD), one can admire many valuable records of a sunken culture.
Architecture models of the City of Ephesus and individual buildings provide some insight into the architecture of antiquity.
Ephesus Museum (Ephesos-Museum)Neue Burg, Heldenplatz, 1010 Wien
- Young people under 19 €0
- We - Su, 10:00 - 18:00
on left next to main entrance via wheelchair ramp
- Ramp 300 cm wide
- no steps
Parking spaces for people with disabilities
- 5 Parking spaces for people with disabilities
- 140 cm wide and 120 cm low , Door 65 cm wide
- Wheelchair accessible restroom available.
Special offers for people with disabilities
Wheelchair rental possible (please reserve one day in advance).
Special tours for people with special needs and tactile tours for the blind and visually impaired are available on request. More information: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel. +43 1 525 24-5202
Notification by telephone approx. 15 minutes before arrival at the front desk suggested (Tel. +43 1 52 524-7010), automatic gate and stairlift, operation with "Euro Key", then 5 steps to the ticket counter. Elevator available at ticket counter level (door width: 65 cm, cabin depth: 120 cm, cabin width: 140 cm). The collection of ancient instruments and the collections of arms and armor are only accessible via this elevator. The Ephesos Museum can only be reached from this level via steps (total 60 steps).
- Main entrance