Timings : Everyday - 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Closed on January 1st, Easter Sunday, May 1st, November 1st, and December 24th until 02:00 PM, December 25th and 31st full day.
Entry Fee : Adults: EUR 7.00
Students (Under 26 years): EUR 5.00
People with disability: EUR 5.00
Seniors (Above 65 years): EUR 5.00
Children and young people (Under 19 years): Free
Soldiers and Civil Servants: Free
Additional audio guide: EUR 2.00
Additional Information : 1) All visitors can enter for free on the first Sunday of every month.
2) The entire premise has free Wi-Fi.
3) No pets allowed except assist dogs.
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The Museum of Military History in Vienna is the top display of the documented history of Austria’s armed forces. From uniforms and weapons to tanks and aircraft, the collection of the museum tells a comprehensive story of the country’s military past. Decked with grand interiors, the museum stands at the heart of Vienna’s Arsenal, a massive military complex built by Kaiser Franz Joseph 1 to oppose the revolutionary uprising of 1848-49. The Habsburg Monarchy takes up the lion’s share of the collection, followed by the Ottoman Wars. Maria Theresa, Joseph Radetzky, and Franz Joseph have their halls. The car of Archduke Ferdinand and his family’s assassination, his blood-soaked uniform, and more than 2,000 items from World War I is on view as well. The Hall of Revolution highlights the world’s oldest remaining military aircraft. Named L'Intrepide, it is a war balloon of French origin captured by Austrian troops in 1796. There is a separate hall dedicated to the navy.
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