The Bruegel exhibition runs from October 2, 2018 until January 13, 2019. The artworks on show in this special exhibition are so precious and fragile that we have to limit the number of visitors in the galleries at any one time.
Timeslots allow you to plan your visit in advance; these timeslots apply only to the special exhibition, not to your visit to the permanent galleries.
On January 12 and 13 the exhibition will be open 6.30pm till 1am. Timeslot tickets for these two evenings will be available from 9am on January 7, 2019 – both online and at the ticket office of the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna.
Tickets are 20 Euro each, concessions 16 Euro. Annual Ticket-holders are entitled to a free timeslot ticket (subject to availability) or can reserve one online (reservation fee 5 Euro). Entrance for children under 19 is free and, if accompanied by an adult, they do not need a separate timeslot ticket.
Timeslot tickets for these two additional evening openings have to be booked in advance. On January 12 and 13, 2019 the ticket office will close at 6pm. On both evenings only the Bruegel exhibition will be open, the permanent galleries will be closed.
Your fastest way into the special exhibition Bruegel
- Reserve your timeslot in advance and receive your ticket digitally or as a print@home-ticket per email.
- Choose a premium ticket to visit the special exhibition on one selected day without having to reserve a timeslot.
- Annual ticket holders can get their free timeslot-ticket from the ticket office (subject to availability).
- Do you want to enjoy an unforgettable evening in the special exhibition? Select a Bruegel evening special and see the special exhibition outside the regular opening hours, guided tour and a glass of champagne included.
- If you already have a ticket to the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna just buy a timeslot ticket at the ticket office (subject to availability).
- Friends of KHM-Museumsverband and ICOM card holders can obtain a free timeslot ticket from the ticket office (subject to availability).
We offer daily guided tours in German. Get an in-depth introduction to this once-in-a-lifetime show every day at 11 am, 12 noon, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm and 4 pm, Thursdays also at 7 pm.
Guided tours in English are held on Thursdays at 5 p.m. and Saturdays at 2 pm.
General tours excl. entrance: € 4. Tours meet in the entrance hall; duration c. 1 hour; limited number of participants, so please buy your ticket (entrance ticket and guided tour) in advance at the ticket office.
Why not book a private tour for your family or friends, a birthday or a company event? Please contact us at email@example.com or call us on +43 1 525 24 – 5202 (Mon-Fri 9 am – 4 pm)
Private guided tours from € 90. Further information on private tours.
Guided tours for schools in the exhibition “Bruegel” are available Monday to Friday from 8.40 am.
The exhibition audio guide: choose from ten languages!
In order to introduce visitors from all parts of the world to the wealth and depth of Bruegel’s work, we offer an audio tour of the exhibition in ten languages: German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Russian.
Get your Audio Guide for € 5,- (or € 7,- for two) in the entrance hall of the Museum.
FAQ on Bruegel
For the special exhibition from 2 October 2018 to 13 January 2019 the Museum’s own collection is to be complemented by many significant international loans. Many of these works are so sensitive they have never been loaned before. Around ninety works by Pieter Bruegel the Elder are to go on show for the first time as part of this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition. To make your own experience at the Museum as pleasant as possible, the number of visitors to the exhibition is to be regulated, and you need to purchase a timeslot ticket.
The time-slot ticket regulates the time at which you are admitted to the special exhibition.
The special exhibition (2 October 2018 – 13 January 2019) includes numerous important international loans. Many of these works are so fragile that they have never before been lent for an exhibition. This once-in-a-lifetime show unites around ninety works by Bruegel. In order to ensure the best possible experience for you we have to regulate visitor numbers. Please buy a timeslot ticket for your visit to the exhibition.
Buy your ticket online and choose the timeslot when you want to begin your visit to the special exhibition. You can, of course, combine your visit of the special exhibition with a visit to the galleries housing the permanent collections of the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. Please note that the timeslot ticket is only valid for one visit (no re-admittance).
If you buy a ticket in advance from our online shop, you will receive the ticket digitally or as a print@home-ticket. You can also buy your ticket at the ticket office in front of the museum; on the spur visitors will find an additional ticket office inside the museum in front of the entrance to the special exhibition.
- Tickets for the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna and the special exhibition Bruegel
- The combined-tickets Habsburg Treasures includes the special exhibition Bruegel
- Premium ticket – no need to wait to see the special exhibition
- Bruegel evening special – subject to availability
- Annual ticket holders can get their free timeslot ticket at the ticket office
You will receive your online ticket per email as a mobile ticket that you can either save in your digital wallet or print out (print@home).
I already have an entrance ticket without a timeslot ticket but I also want to visit the special exhibition!
If you already have an entrance ticket to the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, buy a timeslot ticket at the ticket office (subject to availability). Friends of KHM-Museumsverband and ICOM card holders can obtain a free timeslot ticket from the ticket office (subject to availability).
You may also reserve a timeslot online for just € 5.
Entry is free for children aged 18 and under. They do not need a separate ticket if they are accompanied by an adult holding an online ticket. They are registered at the entrance to the exhibition and can enter together with the fee-paying adult during the latter’s timeslot.
Tickets for our public guided tours can be purchased at the ticket office, the desk and online at shop.khm.at/tickets; the number of participants is limited.
To book a private tour, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on +43 01 52524–5202 (Mon-Fri 9am-4pm)
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Bruegel-Weekends for families
A team from Bioblo has built a 2.60 metres-high version of Bruegel’s tower from circa 30,000 bricks. The spectacular result is now on show for the duration of the Bruegel exhibition, on special Bruegel Weekends 10am - 6pm in the Bassano Hall on the second Floor. Additionally, there will be thousands of Bioblo bricks to start your very own building project and try to build the highest, most beautiful and craziest towers! Further information and all Bruegel Weekend dates.
Inspired by Bruegel
Inspired by the exhibition and Pieter Bruegel’s masterpieces and with the generous support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium – Flemish Delegation, our cooperation partners Büchereien Wien, Ars Electronica Linz and Dschungel Wien have put together a programme of events.
from Westbahnhof train station
by underground: U3 to Volkstheater
from Hauptbahnhof train station
by tram: D to Burgring/Kunsthistorisches Museum
U2, U3, D, 1, 2, 2A, 57A