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One of the best Natural History museums I’ve ever been to, and that’s a double digit number. In addition to the great displays, the interior of the museum is stunning. Worth it just for that! Also the cafe is a beautiful place to take a...More
The Naturhistorisches Museum faces the Kunsthistorisches Museum across the Maria-Theresa Platz. Both buildings are magnificent architecturally: ornate palaces of marble, gilt and classical design. The Natural History Museum is fantastic for children, big and small. Classical museum layout but with adept, non-obtrusive use of technology...More
The 29,500 year old statue Venus of Willendorf and a bouquet of gemstones were the draw for this trip. If you have children though and think this will be abor don't hesitate to take them. The animatronic dinosaur will keep them happy for hours as...More
This was our favorite museum in Vienna, and there was something for everyone. Some of the animals look like they are still alive and you can see everything is incredibly well preserved. The collections are and you could spend anytime between an hours and all...More
I really enjoyed this museum. In terms of what it has it passes the "Power Ranger Test" :D i.e it has at least
- 1 x T-Rex,
- 1 x Triceratops,
- 1 x Sabertooth Tiger,
- 1 x Mastadon/Mammoth
- 1 x Pterodactyl/Pterodon
This is a very good natural history museum. It has a huge collection to see with some pretty incredible pieces. We ran into it while walking around and thought we would give it a try and I’m glad we did. The building itself is beautiful...More
If you're looking for fancy animatronics and interactive exhibits and such, you'll probably be disappointed. If you're like me and like going through loads of animals and minerals on display, you'll love it. Don't forget to look up and down once in a while, because...More
The Natural History Museum is within an absolutely stunning building that adds to the overall character and atmosphere.
The museum has a fabulous collection of dinosaur fossils and information, which our 4yo loved. Other highlights were the volcano and earth displays and the huge collection...More
wonderful experience, I have been visiting the museum, which is astonishing, and have paid for an all you can eat seafood dinner. great dinner, very experienced waiters, and a nice atmosphere. will always come back with pleasure
In Vienna's best-known district, pedestrian boulevards Kärntner Strasse and Graben connect you with landmarks such as the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera), Vienna’s iconic Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral) and the vast compound of Hofburg, the Habsburgs’ former Imperial Palace. Peek down side streets such as Annagasse and Weihburggasse, and Graben’s Seilergasse and Habsburggasse, to get a feel for the centre. The
Imperial Apartments and the refreshingly demystifying Sissi Museum are must-dos at Hofburg. Spacious squares such as Am Hof and Freyung often host beautiful seasonal and antiques markets.
If you've purchased the tickets online then I don't believe there is any restriction to when you can visit other than the opening and closing time of the museum. So I would make sure that the museum is actually open on the... More
If you've purchased the tickets online then I don't believe there is any restriction to when you can visit other than the opening and closing time of the museum. So I would make sure that the museum is actually open on the day you decide to visit, as lots of places are actually closed on Sunday.
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Hi, there is a locker room where you can leave your suitcase, backpack, jacket or whatever you are carrying with you. There was a refundable deposit on the locker so take some change with you if possible. There is a person... More
Hi, there is a locker room where you can leave your suitcase, backpack, jacket or whatever you are carrying with you. There was a refundable deposit on the locker so take some change with you if possible. There is a person in the locker room to help you if you need assistance.