Long Night of the Museums: Program of the Museums u

5 October 2019: The doors in the Long Night of Museums 2019 are reopened. Around 700 museums and galleries will be visited throughout Austria from 18:00 to 1:00 in the morning. In Vienna alone, more than 200,000 visitors are expected to be on the move, expecting a varied programme of art, entertainment and information.

© Hans Leitner/ORF | During the Long Night of the Museums, many exhibitions can be visited until 1 a.m.

What: Long Night of the Museums 2019

When. When? Saturday, 05. October 2019/ 18.00 to 1.00 o’clock in the morning

Where: all over Austria

For the 20th time, around 700 museums throughout Austria will be opening their doors and inviting visitors to enjoy a night-time cultural experience.


Admission free for children up to 12 years.

  • in advance on tickets.ORF.at
  • at all participating museums
  • on the day of the event at the respective regional “Treffpunkt Museum” at Maria-Theresien-Platz (between KHM and NHM)

The tickets are valid for all participating locations and as a ticket in Vienna.

Tip: Long night of museums by bike. The individual locations are easy to reach by bike. We recommend to arrange an individual museum cycle route.

Program – Highlights: What can you watch in Vienna?

In Vienna there are 138 locations that entertain, reveal exciting information and spoil the eyes with art enjoyment.

The most popular museums every year are the Treasury, the Natural History Museum, the Art History Museum and the Albertina.

Tips for the most popular museums:

  • 21er Haus – Museum for Contemporary Art
  • Albertina
  • AnzenbergerGallery
  • Upper Belvedere
  • Kunsthalle Vienna
  • Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
  • MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art
  • Mumok – Museum of Modern Art
  • ZOOM Children’s Museum
  • House of Music
  • Roman museum
  • ChocolateMuseum – presented by Confiserie Heindl
  • Butterfly house in the palm house

Outside the museums

  • Big Bus Vienna: Panorama night tour with the double-decker bus along the ring road
  • Long night pumice: Ringrund ride with an old-timer streetcar
  • Train trip “Museum Express – With the Blue Lightning to the Railway Museum Strasshof” (19.15-22.30)
  • Train ride “Nostalgia Train Semmering” (15.27-01.10 h)

All museums can also be found on the website of the Long Night of Museums. Information on the individual events and special events can also be found in the official booklet of the Long Night of the Museums!

Editorial recommendations

  • New 2019: Exclusive view into the Ottakringer Brewery

The Ottakringer Brewery has conceived an exhibition exclusively for the Long Night of the Museums: numerous historical pictures and exhibits of the brewery are on display, which cannot be seen during regular guided tours. The brewing process and production, both past and present, are also brought closer to visitors. Tastings are also included!

. we recommend a visit to the museums with tastings. First something sweet for the sweet tooth, then a digestif for digestion.

Chocolate MuseumDemel MuseumAlt-Wiener SchnapsmuseumSchlumberger Kellerwelten

Long night of chocolate: Strolling through the chocolate shop theatre at night and snacking chocolate – this is a dream experience not only for sleepwalkers!

. the route along the shuttle bus line 4 (organized by the Long Night of the Museums) is ideal. This starts at Maria-Theresien-Platz and goes via the stations Schottentor, Währingerstraße/Volksoper and Hernals. On this route you will find the following museums:

Sigmund-Freud-MuseumWiener RettungsmuseumPathological-anatomical collection in the NarrenturmJosephineumDental Museum ViennaAustrian Museum of Pharmacy and Druggists

Attention: During the Long Night of the Museums, the Chocolate Museum and the Demel Museum are usually very crowded. Also in the Albertina there is always a big rush!

ALL MUSEUMS for the Long Night of the Museums (A-Z):

1st Viennese Fishery Museum

21er Haus – Museum for Contemporary Art

Alfred Adler Center International

Old Viennese Schnapsmuseum

Old Town Hall – District Museum Inner City

Old Town Hall – District Council Inner City

Old Town Hall – Documentation Archive of the Austrian Resistance

Arnold Schönberg Center

arteum – Centre for Sculpture

Bank Austria Kunstforum Vienna

Belvedere, Upper Belvedere

Belvedere, Lower Belvedere

Funeral Museum at the Vienna Central Cemetery

District Museum Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus – Museum 15

Brennpunkt° – Museum of Heating Culture Vienna

Circus & Clown Museum Vienna

Monument to a deserter at Ballhausplatz

Dialogue in the dark

The Future of Memory – Museum Simon Wiesenthal

First Vienna School Museum

flip – First Finacial Life Park

Museum of Torture – The History of Torture

Friedrich Kiesler Foundation

Money Museum of the Austrian National Bank

Picture Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna

Hands Up – Immerse yourself in the world of the deaf

Craftsmanship by Austrian Limited in the ÖNB

Imperial Furniture Collection – Möbel Museum Wien

Jewish Museum Vienna

K. u. K. Wine Treasury

Emperor Franz Joseph Hat Museum

Klimt Villa Vienna

KMA – K. u. K. Kriegsmarine Archive

Kolja Kramer Fine Arts

Art Forum Ebendorf Raumacht

Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna

Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna – Imperial Treasury

House of artists 1050 @ VHS KunstHandWerk

MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art

Fashion Vienna Museum

Motorrolldie – Private Motorcycle Museum

mumok – Museum of Modern Art Ludwig Vienna Foundation

Museum Aspern-Essling 1809

Museum of Contraception and Abortion

Museum in the Schottenstift

Museum Judenplatz (from 20.00 h)

MuseumsQuartier Vienna / frei_raum Q21 exhibition space

Natural History Museum Vienna

Original Vienna Snowball Museum

Austrian National Library – Esperanto Museum

Austrian National Library – Globe Museum

Austrian National Library – Literature Museum

Austrian National Library – Papyrus Museum

Austrian National Library – State Hall

Austrian Social and Economic Museum

Austrian Pharma and Druggist Museum

Pathological-anatomical collection in the Narrenturm – NHM

Scout Museum and Institute for Scout History

Porcelain Museum in the Augarten

Romanian Cultural Institute in Vienna

Treasury of the Teutonic Order

ChocolateMuseum presented by Confiserie Heindl

Sparkling Winery Johann Kattus

Sigmund Freud Museum

Stradtraum – Planning Workshop on Tour

Technical Museum Vienna

Viktor Frankl Museum – Museum for questions of meaning and existence

Vienna Museum Karlsplatz

Visitor numbers of the most visited museums

2018:Albertina: 14,682Natural History Museum Vienna: 13,789Art History Museum Vienna: 10,309

2017:Natural History Museum Vienna: 13,876Albertina: 12,893Art History Museum Vienna: 9,560

2016:Natural History Museum Vienna: 11,432 Albertina: 7,754 Art History Museum Vienna: 7,682

2015:Natural History Museum Vienna: 15,787Albertina: 11,290Art History Museum Vienna: 8,964

2014:Natural History Museum Vienna: 16,790Albertina: 14,007Art History Museum Vienna: 9,534

2013:Natural History Museum: 14,203Albertina: 14,023Art History Museum: 10,438

2012:Natural history museum: 13.009Albertina: 11.763Art history museum: 9.9362011:Natural history museum: 10.446Albertina: 9.525Art history museum: 8.374 2010:Albertina: 14.130Natural history museum: 11.684Art history museum: 7th century 2010:Albertina: 14.130Natural history museum: 11.684Art history museum: 7th century9202009:Natural History Museum: 10.937Albertina: 10.453Treasure Room: 9.327 2008:Natural History Museum: 12.737Albertina: 12.546Art History Museum: 9.114 2007:Albertina: 13.267Natural History Museum: 11.508Art History Museum: 8.444

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