Vienna's Cathedral and Diocesan Museum opened, in 1933 by Cardinal Theodor Innitzer, is regarded as one of the exquisite gems amongst the many museums in Vienna. The main accent of the permanent exhibition of the Cathedral Museum is on ecclesiastical works of art from St Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna, and other churches within the city or its surroundings. The most precious treasure is the portrait of Duke Rudolf IV, painted in the l4th century, which is the oldest surviving portrait from the Occident.
CostAdults Euro 7,-
Reduced Euro 5,50
School Classes Euro 3,50
Opening hoursTuesday to Saturday
from 10 a.p. to 5 p.m.
Closed on Public Holidays
Getting thereRight across the Stephen's Cathedral, please consult the situation of the museum on this map:
FacilitiesDiscover sacred art of over 1000 years in the online museums shop:
Museum internal and external photos (2)Click on the images to enlarge