Situé juste à côté de la cathédrale Saint-Étienne, le musée abrite de précieuses oeuvres d'art sacrées, des objets liturgiques et bien plus encore, telle qu'une oeuvre majeure de l'histoire européenne : le portrait du duc Rudolf IV des Habsbourg, peint en 1365.
The “Dom Museum Wien” app (free download) with detailed descriptions of the permanent exhibition can be used in talk-back or voice-over mode for blind and visually impaired people. The language selection also includes Austrian Sign Language (ÖGS). Portrait of Rudolf IV and a section of his precious grave cover have been turned into relief presentations with aid of computers and make ideal touching objects. Accompanying booklets “Simply explained”, designed in large print, are available for free. Inclusive art education programs are aimed at people with different biographical backgrounds and combine art experience with creative activity in the cathedral studio. The workshop series “So Close to the Center” was developed in cooperation with day centers that care for people with dementia. It evokes memories, discovers newness in art and combines both with the here and now.
Accès aux salles d'exposition par l'ascenseur du 1er étage