A museum documenting the history of Vienna's substantial Jewish community which included Zweig, Freud, Herzl, Mahler, and Schoenberg

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Vienna: Jewish Museum and Museum Judenplatz Tickets

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Jüdisches Museum, Vienna

A museum documenting the history of Vienna's substantial Jewish community which included Zweig, Freud, Herzl, Mahler, and Schoenberg.

A museum documenting the history of Vienna's substantial Jewish community which included Zweig, Freud, Herzl, Mahler, and Schoenberg. Three sites are available for one combined ticket: two museum sites and the main synagogue. Attached to the museum at Judenplatz are the archaeological remains of a medieval synagogue. The Stadttempel, the only historical synagogue in Vienna to have survived World War II, is accessible on through the guided tour.


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About Jüdisches Museum

 Dorotheergasse 11, 1010 Wien, Austria

 +43 1 5350431

 www.jmw.at

Jüdisches Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

The Old Synagogue

Underneath the Judenplatz (The Jewish Square), you will find this underground medieval synagogue excavation

Kapuzinerkirche

Notable mainly as the site of the Kaisergruft, a mausoleum housing the tombs of generations of Habsburg royalty

Augustinian Friars' Church

Yet another example of the gruesome divide-and-conquer burial strategy of the Habsburg dynasty

Film Museum

A cinema for showing specially curated films and retrospective

Peterskirche (Vienna)

Imperial Treasury

The best part of the Hofburg and an absolute must

Austrian National Library

Card catalogs may be an anachronism in today's digitized world, but this library had the first one in existence, invented by the Habsburg court librarian

Albertina

The Albertina is the largest Habsburg residential palace and a popular art gallery in Vienna, with over 50,000 drawings and one million prints dating from Late Gothic to contemporary

Hofburg Palace

This immense palace complex grew into a large, unwieldy series of buildings over the years and was the imperial residence of the Habsburg emperors until 1918

Opera House

Probably the most-beloved symbol of Viennese arts, and one of the first buildings to be rebuilt in the postwar era