Here are the attractions that are included in the Vienna PASS:
The Albertina has one the largest and most valuable graphic collections in the world.
2. Apple Strudel Show
Experience the original Apple Strudel Show in the court bakery at the Café Residenz in Schönbrunn Palace.
3. Bank Austria Kunstforum
Experience the classical modern and the post-war avant-garde. The Bank Austria Kunstforum is the first point of contact for art lovers and the most successful exhibit building in Austria.
4. Beethoven Museum
The life and work of Ludwig van Beethoven are inseparably bound up with Vienna. In 1787, the composer first came to the city to study with Mozart, from 1792 onwards he lived permanently here. The Beethoven Museum is to draw upon the latest scholarship in presenting the life and work of the classical composer.
5. Beethoven Pasqualati House
Ludwig van Beethoven lived a total of eight years on and off in this house and composed among other pieces Fidelio, one of his most famous operas.
The Upper Belvedere houses a permanent exhibit of world-famous masterpieces.
The Lower Belvedere features rotating exhibits from various periods of art.
The Belvedere 21 is a museum for contemporary art.
7. Vienna Airport Visitor’s Terrace
Come to the Visitor’s Terrace and experience the airport atmosphere up close. See airplanes touch down and take off.
8. Forchtenstein Castle
Forchtenstein Castle is one of the most important landmarks in Burgenland. Situated in the foothills of the Rosalia Mountains it offers a view of the plane to the west.
9. Liechtenstein Castle
The Liechtenstein Castle, situated on the southern edge of the Vienna Woods, family seat of the Prince of Liechtenstein, is not a museum in the traditional sense, but a while steeped in history, but also very lively place, which annually attracts thousands of visitors from around the world. In addition to substantial parts of the Romanesque castle from the year 1130 to make numerous pieces of furniture, such as weapons, furniture and beamed ceiling, reliefs and the chapel, as well as one of the most beautiful views over Vienna, the castle, to a year-round attractive cultural institution. The present castle was built in 19th Century restored house of Liechtenstein and is still located in their property. She served nearly 200 years (1130-1295) as a temporary residence of the family, and embodies a family history 900 years. Moreover, it has in the last decades of the 19th century, beginning of the 20th century served as a museum of the Castle family.
10. City Cruise
The Vienna City Cruise Tour presents Vienna from its modern and historical sides. You will travel on the Danube Canal, the major distributary of the Danube in the Middle Ages.
11. Dom Museum Wien
The Dom Museum Wien is Austria’s most important museum for historical religious art and also features key works of modernity, post-war avant-garde, and of contemporary art. The museum has rotating exhibits on social, intercultural, and interreligious issues, which at the same time are also primary topics of the Christian faith.
12. Danube Park Miniature Railway
The Danube Park Miniature Railway has 3.34 km of tracks. The train travels through the Danube Park and is a special highlight for children.
13. Danube Tower
The Danube Tower is Vienna’s tallest landmark. From the observation deck at a height of 150 metres visitors have a 360° breath-taking view over the city.
14. Globe and Esperanto Museum
The restored Mollard Palace houses the only Globe Museum in the world and the Esperanto Museum.
15. Gloriette Schönbrunn
The Gloriette in the gardens of Schönbrunn Palace is the largest of all gloriettes and one of the best-known in the world.
16. House of Music
The House of Music is an interactive sound museum and showcases new and innovative ways to approach the topic of music. Immerse yourself in the world of sounds.
17. Haydn’s House
This was Haydn’s residence for twelve years, and the place where he composed much of his later work, including the splendid oratorios The Creation and The Seasons.
18. The Museum of Military History
The Museum of Military History is the leading museum of the Austrian Armed Forces and documents the military history of Austria.
19. The Imperial Furniture Collection
The Imperial Furniture Collection was originally where the Habsburg’s furniture was stored. Today it is the largest furniture museum in the world.
20. The Hedge Maze at Schönbrunn
The Maze in the gardens of Schönbrunn Palace is the ideal destination for the young and the young at heart or for all those who are looking to relax and be distracted in the gardens of Schönbrunn Palace.
21. Johann Strauss Apartment
It was here that son of Johann Strauss composed his most famous The Beautiful Danube Waltz in 1867.
22. Jewish Museum of the City of Vienna and Museum Judenplatz
The Jewish Museum is the museum for Jewish history, Jewish culture, and Jewish religion in Austria and it operates the Museum am Judenplatz.
23. The Imperial Apartments, Sisi Museum, Silver Collection
The Imperial Apartments of Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Elisabeth in the Imperial Palace of Vienna provide insight into the living environment of Franz Joseph and Sisi. The Sisi Museum at the Imperial Palace has numerous personal items of Empress Elisabeth on display. The Silver Collection is another highlight at the Imperial Palace.
24. Vienna Imperial Treasury
The Imperial Treasury at the Imperial Palace is part of former collections of the House of Habsburg and of Habsburg-Lothringen where items with the highest dynastic or religious significance were stored.
25. Imperial Carriage Museum of Vienna
The Imperial Carriage Museum stores what remains of the Viennese Court fleet which used to have over 600 vehicles.
26. The Imperial Burial Vault
The Imperial Burial Vault is a burial place for the Habsburg and the Habsburg-Lothringen dynasties in Vienna.
27. Children’s Museum Schönbrunn
Is history boring? It doesn’t have to be that way. In the imperial children’s programme children can learn a lot about the imperial family, try out a few things themselves, and dress the part in majestic clothing.
28. Privy Garden
On the east facade of Schönbrunn Palace there is a lower planted area which has been known as the Privy Garden since 1865.
29. Kunst Haus Wien – Museum Hundertwasser
The Hundertwasser Museum is located in the Kunst Haus Wien, which was founded in 1991 by Friedensreich Hundertwasser, one of the most important Austrian artists of the 20th century.
30. Kunsthalle Wien
The Kunsthalle Wien is home to a variety of international contemporary art and is a place for contemporary discourse on the subject.
31. Art History Museum
The Art History Museum grew out of the collections of the Habsburgs and was built by Emperor Franz Josef and officially opened in 1891.
32. Leopold Museum
The Leopold Museum is an art museum in Vienna known for its exceptional collection of Schiele and Klimt.
33. Liliput Miniature Railway
The Liliput Miniature Railway is located at the Prater in the heart of Vienna. Every ride on the miniature railway means 20 minutes of fun, adventure, entertainment, and fascination for technology.
34. Literature Museum
The museum with its permanent exhibits, educational programmes, events, and special exhibits provides a multifaceted and transparent view of Austrian literature.
35. Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds Vienna is a museum with wax figures of prominent people and a tourist attraction in the famous Prater.
36. MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts
Unlike almost any other museum the MAK stands for the fruitful combination of past and future.
37. Mozart's House in Vienna
Mozart’s House is situated in the 1st District of Vienna (Innere Stadt) not far from St. Stephan’s Cathedral. On the first floor you will find Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s only to-date preserved flat in Vienna. He lived here from the end of September 1784 to the end of April 1787.
The Museum of Modern Art Foundation Ludwig Vienna is a state museum in the MuseumsQuartier.
39. Scotts Abbey
Because Scotts Abbey is one of the few monasteries that was never closed, its collections are of particular interest. The most beautiful pieces are exhibited in the museum.
40. Natural History Museum
An amazing 1,664 birds representing a total of 804 species were on file in 1806 at the Natural History Museum. Today, there are around 30 million items on display including the world-famous Venus of Willendorf.
Let the fine exotic plants like Seville orange, olive trees, and myrtle in the Orangery enchant you as you wander through the beginnings of European garden culture.
42. Otto Wagner Hofpavillon Hietzing
Otto Wagner was entrusted with the artistic design of the new public transportation system which still shapes the cityscape today.
43. Otto Wagner Pavillon Karlsplatz
In this former station building of the Vienna Metropolitan Railway there is a concise and interesting documentation about the life and works of Otto Wagner.
44. Papyrus Museum Vienna
Immerse yourself in the daily life of Ancient Egypt in the museum housing the world’s largest papyrus collection, in the heart of Imperial Palace.
45. Collection of Anatomical Pathology in the Madhouse Tower
On the premises of today’s university campus there is a building in the form of a Bundt cake called the Madhouse Tower. It is a monument to the history of medical care and medicine at the end of the 18th century. The collection of anatomical pathology was established in 1796.
46. Augarten Porcelain Museum
The Porcelain Museum illustrates the history of Viennese porcelain with over 150 representative historical exhibits from various artistic eras.
47. The Prater Museum
Learn everything about the 250-year history of the Prater starting from its origin as an imperial hunting ground right up to its transformation into Europe’s most long-standing and oldest amusement park and recreational area. Visit the Prater Museum in the Planetarium – which is just as special as the Prater itself.
48. Prater Train
The small locomotives each with three train cars travel on rubber wheels like cars. On the tranquil ride through the turmoil of the Prater you can experience the unique atmosphere of the amusement park comfortably from your seat.
49. The State Hall at the Austrian National Library
In the 18th century Emperor Karl VI had the former court library built as its own wing in the imperial residence. His statue stands in the middle of the State Hall surrounded by four magnificent Venetian globes.
50. Remise – Transport Museum Vienna Lines
The Transport Museum Vienna Lines is dedicated to public transportation. It is the largest tram museum in the world devoted to public transportation in a single city.
51. Carnuntum Roman Legionary Fortress
In Carnuntum, Roman times are not a distant past with sparse wall remains gleaming through, but a present that can be experienced with all senses such as the heated thermal bath in the reconstructed Roman district. The amphitheatre and the gladiator school transport you into the world of gladiators, and in the Museum Carnuntinum timeless treasures are a testament to the culture and zest for life of the former inhabitants.
52. Esterházy Palace
Esterházy Palace used to be a princely residence and is a landmark of Burgenland’s capitol city Eisenstadt.
53. Schloss Hof Palace
The grounds of Schloss Hof sprawl over 70 hectares in eastern Lower Austria. The magnificent ensemble consisting of the two-storey palace, the garden, and the estate is important artistically, culturally, and historically.
54. Nierderweiden Palace
Discover the variety of events in the Baroque hunting palace located just a few minutes from Schloss Hof Palace.
55. Schlumberger Wine Cellar
Schlumberger Wine Cellar is the oldest champagne cellars in Austria. This romantic labyrinth of cellars measuring several kilometres offers a fascinating mix of innovation and tradition.
56. Schönbrunn Panorama Train
The Schönbrunn Panorama Train is a miniature train which runs from the middle of March to the end of October in the garden at Schönbrunn Palace. Visitors can explore the expansive garden comfortably and travel by the most important attractions in the park as well as Schönbrunn Palace itself and the zoo.
57. Schubert’s Birthplace
Franz Schubert was born here and spent the first four-and-a-half years of his life in the house on Nussdorfer Straße.
58. Schubert’s Place of Death
Franz Schubert only lived for two-and-a-half months in the flat where he died.
59. Sigmund Freud Museum
The Sigmund Freud Museum was not only a private living space for the famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, but also a practice. Today the museum gives visitors a glimpse into his life. The Museum features the original furnishings, including the waiting room as well as a selection of Freud’s private antique collection, autographs, and first editions of his works.
60. Spanish Riding School
The Imperial Palace is home to the Spanish Riding School which is the oldest and last remaining riding school for classical equitation. It was founded in 1572 and fascinates people young and old even today.
61. Klosterneuburg Monastery
Klosterneuburg Monastery lies northwest of Vienna in the city of Klosterneuburg and belongs to the Congregation of the Austrian St. Augustine Men’s Choir.
62. Vienna Technical Museum
The Technical Museum showcases exhibits and models from the history of technology with a particular focus on Austria’s contribution to technological development.
63. The Schönbrunn Zoo
The Vienna Zoo is the oldest existing zoo in the world. It was founded in 1752, and its birthday is celebrated on 31 July which is the day records show as being when Emperor Franz I Stephan first visited the zoo.
64. Uno-City Tour
The tour of the Vienna International Centre which was built in 1979 by Johann Staber gives you a unique look into the work of a number of international organisations.
65. Vienna Sightseeing Tours, City Walking Tour, and Hop On, Hop Off
With the Hop on, hop off bus tour including a city walking tour you get a quick and convenient overview of the most important attractions.
66. Weltmuseum Wien
Weltmuseum Wien, formerly known as the Museum of Ethnology, is located at the Imperial Palace. It is home to collections from all of the continents. In addition, it has a library, an archive, and a notable photo collection.
67. WestLicht. Centre for Photography
The museum houses a comprehensive collection of historical cameras. Since the founding in 2001 more than 90 exhibits have taken place in the privately managed museum.
68. Giant Ferris Wheel
There is saying that goes whoever has not enjoyed the breath-taking view of Vienna from the Giant Ferris Wheel was never in Vienna.
The Giant Ferris Wheel is not only a symbol of the world famous Prater, it is also one of the best-known landmarks of Vienna
iant Ferris Wheel.
69. Schönbrunn Desert House
The Schönbrunn Desert House offers a whole range of animal attractions from fish to touch, a labyrinth for desert mole rats, poisonous rattle snakes, and lively spiny mice.
70. Vienna Ring Tram
The Ringstraße boulevard is a part of the Austrian UNESCO World Heritage. The magnificent boulevard circling the historic city centre was constructed in the mid-19th century in place of the former city walls and the slope leading up to them. Along the boulevard, grand buildings like the Vienna State Opera, Parliament, City Hall, Burgtheater, the Stock Exchange and numerous small palaces were built.