Imperial Carriage Museum

Imperial Carriage Museum

The Imperial Carriage Museum in Vienna contains one of the best collections of historic vehicles in the world. Discover the fascinating history of Austrian nobility through their vehicles.

Vienna's Imperial Carriage Museum contains one of the world's greatest collections of historic vehicles.

Located on the beautiful grounds of the Schonbrunn Palace, the Wagenburg Museum houses more than 170 different vehicles, amongst which there are carriages, sedans, sleighs, and even a car that have belonged to different historic figures over the years.

Through these carriages, the music tells the story of Austria's fascinating past, allowing you to learn all about the lives of the people who travelled in these vehicles, including Maria Theresia, Franz Joseph I, and Empress Sisi.

The Most Important Carriages

Amongst the Imperial Carriage Museum's most important pieces on display are the Viennese court's funeral carriage, as used by Empress Sisi, the tiny children's car used by Napoleon's son, and the only surviving court automobile from 1914.

An Absolute Must-See

As well as its lavish vehicle collection, the Imperial Carriage Museum highlights the truly indulgent lifestyles of the Austrian nobility displaying other pieces such as luxurious clothing items and accessories. A truly interesting insight into the history of the country!


From March 15 to November 30: 9 am to 5 pm
From December 1 to March 14: 10 am to 4 pm


Adults: 12 (US$ 13.10)
Students under 25 and seniors over 65: 9 (US$ 9.80)
Children under 19 years old: free entry
Visitors with Vienna Pass: free entry

Imperial Carriage Museum Ticket 12 (US$ 13.10)


Metro: Schonbrunn, line U4 (green line).
Tram: Schloss Schonbrunn, lines 10 and 58.
Bus: Schloss Schonbrunn, lines 10A and 63A.