Federal Pathologic-anatomical Museum, Vienna

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Federal Pathologic-anatomical Museum, Vienna - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Spitalgasse 2, 1090 Wien, Austria

Phone: +43-152177606

Ticket Price: 2 EUR

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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This is an offbeat attraction in Vienna that deserves a visit for its very nature of being absurd. Located inside what is known as “Narrenturm” i.e a mad tower, this place was established as the first psychiatric hospital. Built under Emperor Joseph II, this place became the haven for the mentally challenged people from Vienna, Lower Austria and the Burgenland. Although the hospital was closed in 1866, this building continued to operate as a museum and is owned by the university of Vienna. 

How To reach Federal Pathologic-anatomical Museum by Public Transport

  • By Light Rail station: Lazarettgasse

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  • Breathtaking objects understanding pathology. I would visit again.

  • They do tours in english. One of the most unique and wonderful museums I have ever been to! Brilliant eerie spooky and cool

  • Very nice collection of anatomical specimens, including many wax models and wet preparations used for education. It is housed in the old psychiatric ward with an interesting history of itself. We had a private, organized 1-hour tour (in English). The guide (Sybelle, a medical student) was enthusiastic, well-informed, and entertaining. Well worth the visit!

  • Very interesting Museum, with chilling exhibition

  • Interesting guided tours, yet very short. Guides have troubles with English sometimes.

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