- See more than 1,000 stage models, 600 costumes and props, plus drawings, photos and prints all bringing to life the history of theater in Austria
- The spectacular Eroica Hall is named after Beethoven's Third Symphony and many of the composer's subsequent compositions were performed here
- Check out the elaborate stick puppets of the art nouveau artist Richard Teschner, especially his innovative Figurenspiegel
Dive into the trenchant language and idiosyncratic dialogues of Austro-Hungarian playwright Ödön von Horváth. This exhibition zeroes in on the political substance at the heart of his writing; it's a fantastic retrospective (or perfect introduction) to his tragically short career.
Step inside the Austrian Theater Museum and you enter a world of theatrical magic and history. The Theater Museum in Lobkowitz Palace has more than 1,000 stage models, 600 costumes and props, as well as thousands of drawings, photos and prints from three centuries of footlights and greasepaint.
The Theater Museum's wide-ranging collection of theatrical artifacts covers all aspects of the performing arts, including puppetry and musical theater. On a visit here, you'll be able to draw back the curtain on three centuries worth of models, costumes and props from the world of theater.
What's more, it's located in the stunning baroque Lobkowitz Palace, where you'll also find the grand Eroica Hall, named after Beethoven's Third Symphony (which was dedicated to the palace's owner). Many of Beethoven's subsequent compositions were performed here.
- Access to the Theater Museum
- Access to the exhibition
- Skip the lines and show your smartphone ticket at the final entrance
- Admission ends 30 minutes before closing
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.