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Tickets for Albertina Museum: Skip The Line

Masterpieces from Monet, Klimt and Picasso

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Opening hours
Daily: 10:00 - 18:00, Wed: 10:00 - 21:00
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Best time to visit
After 12:00
Wheelchair accessible

Highlights

  • Skip the line to one of the largest and most important print collections in the world with around 65,000 drawings and more than a million old master prints - plus more modern graphic works, photos and architectural plans
  • This is one of the most exquisite classical palaces in Europe (and Vienna's largest Habsburg residence). After extensive restoration, today the lavish period interiors have been restored to the 20 beautifully furnished staterooms
  • Famous pieces such as Dürer's Hare, Rubens' studies of children, Monet's Water Lily Pond, and Renoir's Girl are all on display here, as are paintings by Beckmann, Macke, Klimt, Chagall, Malevich, Rothko, Picasso, and Rainer

Description

Located in the largest of the Habsburg's residential palaces, the Albertina is home to the biggest and most valuable graphical collection in the world. In addition, this residential palace has 20 elegant staterooms, to give the whole museum experience a feeling of imperial glamour. Skip the line and step into the Habsburg's world of fine art and imperial majesty.

The Albertina sets unrivaled artistic masterpieces in a background of imperial flair, to create a truly sumptuous museum experience. Situated in the very heart of Vienna's city center, the museum today owns masterpieces by Da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Dürer, Rubens and more. Well known individual works here include Dürer’s Hare, da Vinci's study for The Last Supper, and Klimt's studies of women.

The palace in which the museum is housed was built between 1745 and 1747 and presented to Duke Albert and his wife Marie Christine as a gift. Their art collection forms the basis of the museum's holdings. And - with around 65,000 drawings and more than a million old master prints - the Albertina has a formidable collection.

This wealth of art would be enough to make a visit to the Albertina a must-see for any serious art-lover. But this being Vienna - home of old-world imperial glamor - this institution goes a step further.

There are 20 exquisite Habsburg state rooms spread over two floors of the palace. The original Louis XVI décor was ordered from the royal court ateliers in Paris and Versailles for Duke Albert - so you know they're extra-fancy.

The centerpiece is the elegantly be-chandeliered Hall of the Muses, which is flanked on either side by stately apartments. Picture the parties that must have been held in this space as you box-step along the parquet floor.

With a heady mix of artistic achievement and royal opulence, the Albertina is an ideal p(a)lace to go and get swept up in the spirit of Vienna's imperial past.

Address

Albertina Museum
Albertinaplatz 1, 1010 Wien, Austria, Vienna

What's included?

  • Ticket for museum and state rooms
  • Audio guide: Available for €4, it gives you info and context regarding the Habsburg Staterooms and the many masterpieces in the collection

Additional information

Admission Information

  • Show your mobile ticket at the entrance and in you go!

Getting There

  • U-Bahn (Underground): U1, U2, U4 get off at Karlsplatz, or take U3 get off at Stephansplatz
  • Trams: 1, 2, D, 65 get off at Badner Bahn (Staatsoper/Kärntner Ring)
  • City bus: 2A get off at Albertina station

Customer reviews

Katarzyna
Oct 3, 2016
Very good service.
David
Aug 22, 2016
Impressive
Jordan
May 11, 2016
It was amazing, A fantastic artwork. A++!
Petar
May 9, 2016
Everything is perfectly organized! Thank you very much for the wonderful experience!
Franz, Austria
Mar 20, 2017
Ja
Renate, Austria
Mar 13, 2017
Alles bestens!!!!!
Anonymous
Feb 27, 2017
Die soeben eröffnete Schiele-Ausstellung und wir wollten nicht an der Kassa anstehen. Der Ticket-Kauf war ein Kinderspiel, die Karten am Handy gut sichtbar. Der Barcode-Scan der Karten war ein wenig mühsam, hat allerdings nach einigen Versuchen funktioniert und los ging's.
Die Ausstellung war toll! Fast ein wenig zu groß. Sehr sehenswert
EVA-MARIA, Austria
Jan 18, 2017
Ohne anstellen sofort einfach hinein und genießen,genießen..... so eine reiche Vielfalt!
Die Albertina ist für uns immer ein Highlight..... wir waren noch nie enttäuscht!
Allerdings freue ich mich schon auf wärmere Zeiten, die Gardarobe ist zwar schnell, doch nicht ganz ohne Wartezeit.
E.M.M.
Weiter so!!!
Renate, Austria
Jan 10, 2017
1) Kein Anstehen an der Kassa, dafür wr es bei der Garderobe sehr voll, aber da gibt es 2) Kästchen, wo man seinen Mantel deponieren kann. Also überhaupt keine Abhängigkeit con Stehschlangen. Ausstellungen einzigrtig schön.
Bin sehr glücklich, dort gewesen zu sin, noch dazu mit diesem super Service!
Ulrike, Austria
Jan 9, 2017
einfach schnell praktisch