Imperial Furniture Collection, Vienna
About Imperial Furniture Collection, Vienna
Imperial Furniture Collection, Vienna - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Andreasgasse 7, 1070 Wien, Austria
Ticket Price: 10 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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As the name suggests, this is an imperial furniture museum that makes you enter into the world of furniture ever since the historical dates till present. On display inside are furniture belonging to the Habsburg monarchs. After looking at these objects, you can gather a view of the history associated with interior decoration in Vienna and around. You can also have a look at the works of some renowned artists of the early 20th century such as Adolf Loos, Josef Hoffmann and Otto Wagner, who characterized the domestic architecture of Vienna. People interested in interior decoration as a subject of study will find this museum to be very enriching.
Imperial Furniture Collection Information
- The place is disabled friendly.
Imperial Furniture Collection Ticket Prices
- Adults: € 9,50
- Children (6-18 years): € 6.00
- Reduced (students, seniors, disabled, Vienna Card): € 8.50
Imperial ticket including guided tour:
- Adults: € 11,50
- Children (6-18 years): € 7,00
- Reduced (students, seniors, disabled, Vienna Card): € 10,50
Imperial Furniture Collection Opening and Closing Hours
- Timings for all days of the week.
How To reach Imperial Furniture Collection by Public Transport
- By Subway station: Neubaugasse
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Imperial Furniture Collection, Vienna Reviews - Write a Review
Beautiful collection of Royal furniture. It's not busy so if you are in the area it's worth visiting. The exhibition continues with modern furniture and you can actually try some of the chairs and sofas.
It has a good collection of furnitures together the history background of them. A good change if you have enough of art museums in Vienna.
Nice historical pieces however definitely feels more like a storage warehouse than a collection. Might fascinate some people.
Great museum for anybody who loves Austrian history and is interested in the beautiful empress Elisabeth (Sisi) and her family. An amazing collection of furniture, clothing and other objects. This place should be more famous.
Wasn't sure what to expect but it was great.
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