Berggasse 19, 1090 Vienna

Originally preserved spatial structures reveal an authentic experience of the birthplace of psychoanalysis, and the various exhibits (objects, historical manuscripts, photographs) highlight the professional stations and biographical facettes of Freud’s professional and family life. 

City links. Vienna – Bratislava
Technisches Museum

How are cities linked up? Vienna Technical Museum is answering this question by examining two historic public transport lines, both of which form part of transport infrastructure still in use today: Otto Wagner’s Wiener Stadtbahn metropolitan railway and the “Pressburger Elektrische” Vienna-Bratislava electric railway.

Our City! Jewish Vienna - Then to Now

"Our City!” starts with the years from 1945 to the present on the ground floor. It describes the development, in spite of the unhelpfulness of Austrian post-war politicians, of an almost completely destroyed Jewish community to its present-day modest but highly dynamic presence. 


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TMW, till End of August 2022

An exciting journey through the history and future of technology and food makes clear: Making food available, non-perishable, palatable and affordable has always been the driving force behind technological innovations – now we need to address the question of how traditional and modern technologies can make the global food system more sustainable. The Technisches Museum Wien (Vienna Museum of Science and Technology), which has integrated the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals into its guiding principle and conceptual framework, demonstrates how extensively and closely our food is linked to sustainable development. 

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Iron Men - Fashion in Steel
KHM, 29th March - 26th June 2022

In the spring of 2022, the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna is hosting a major exhibition that focuses on a little-known but artistically and culturally pivotal aspect of the European Renaissance – armour.

The exhibition will bring together some of the most spectacular armour from the late fifteenth to the early seventeenth century. On show will be highlights and rarely seen works from the Imperial Armoury in Vienna and selected examples of the armorer’s art from museums in Europe and the United States. Juxtaposed with paintings, textiles, and sculptures, the 170 objects will throw new light on the magnificent though today often misunderstood topic of Renaissance armour, in many cases transcending religious, ideological, and gender boundaries.


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Dali - Freud, an obsession
Unteres Belvedere, till 29th May 2022

In London in 1938 Salvador Dalí finally met Sigmund Freud, who had recently fled Vienna – the first and only meeting between the artist and his idol. Unfortunately, however, Dalí's ambitious wish to garner Freud's endorsement for his Paranoiac Critical method remained unfulfilled. The Belvedere is showcasing – with over 100 pieces including paintings, surrealist objects, photographs, films, books, journals, letters, and other documents – Dalí's unique personality against the backdrop of his complex family and follows him from his discovery of Freud's writings to his meeting with the psychoanalyst in exile in London on 19 July 1938.

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