Comprising some 150,000 objects, the Wien Museum Archaeological Collection offers insights into the culture of those societies that have inhabited the Vienna region since the 6th century B.C. read more
The Wien Museum owns several thousand portraits and memorabilia of Viennese personalities who attained historical significance in various fields, whether politics, art, music, theatre, science or sport. read more
The Topographical Collection of the Wien Museum contains graphic works, photographs, picture postcards, city maps and models that document changes in the shape of Vienna and its perception over the past 500 years. read more
The History and City Life Collection contains items and pictorial evidence reflecting the cultural, political, social, economic and day-to-day history of Vienna from 1500 to the present day. read more
The Art Collection encompasses works of Viennese art in the areas of painting, graphic arts, sculpture, architecture, applied arts and photography. The time span reaches from the 14th century to the present day. read more
One criterion of a dynamic museum is to collect on a permanent basis. Hundreds of artworks and everyday objects are purchased every year, or donated to the museum by Viennese citizens.