OPENING HOURS AFTER THE REOPENING (expected 2011): Tuesday to Sunday and public holidays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed on 1.1., 1.5., 25.12., Easter- and Whit Monday and all public holidays on Mondays.
In the midst of all the hectic bustle of the Stephansplatz underground stop, the Wien Museum takes the visitor to a hidden treasure of art and cultural history: in the fourteenth century, the subterranean chapel of St. Virgil, Vienna's most important surviving Gothic interior, built around 1250 as "capella subterranea" under the Chapel of St. Mary Magdalene, served as the tomb of a rich Viennese merchant family.
Long forgotten, it was rediscovered during construction of the underground in 1973. Its history has never been entirely clarified. The anteroom houses an additional exhibition on the development of Viennese ceramics from the tenth to the nineteenth century
|Senior citizens, Vienna Card, Ö1-Club, disabled persons, apprentices and trainees, students up to age 27, military and civil social services, and groups as of 10 persons|
|For visitors younger than 19 years|
|Every first Sunday of the month for all visitors|
|GUIDED TOUR FEES|
|Guided tour ticket for school students|
(min. EUR 15,– or 10 school students)
|Adult group flatrate|
(rec. number of participants: 20)
1010 Vienna, Stephansplatz (Underground Station)
Phone: +43-1-513 58 42, Fax: +43-1-505 87 47-7201
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