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If you are into art and culture then this is a must for you. Get there early and spend all the time you need - which is lots because there is lots and lots to see. Everything is from the 14th to the 1700's and the quality of the workmanship is exceptional. Remember that everything here was a present from a King or Empreror to a peer. This was my second time here and was still very very impressed. You can learn a lot obout the Hapsburgs, old Europe and the Holy Roman Empire. Give yourself half a day there, savour and enjoy. There is also an excellent cafe on the first floor,
Excellent museum. E-ticket has to be printed out
Large variety of item: classical paintings, Egyptian objects, mummies, sculptures, section about fake elements in history. In addition there is currently an exhibition that I did not visit about Vermeer. Price on this site is a bit higher than at the museum but allows you to skip the line. However, there was an issue with using the e-ticket because it had to be printed out. So I had to email it to them to print it then enter the museum
So much historical art that you can't take it all in in a day - not without a coffee and apfelstrudel break upstairs in the restaurant! The exhibition seems to go for ever especially if you look at everything that is in there - from about 400AD to the 19th century. Give yourself at least a half day and more if you want to see the art exhibiton upstairs! Beautiful exhibition and building.
Having paid for the combo ticket online and printed off voucher, it was annoying to discover we had to join long queue at Imperial Treasury with people who had not bought advance tickets, as online voucher had to be exchanged at ticket desk for proper ticket, so not really worth booking in advance!!
I think the Gallery in question yields and outstanding collection of Dutch and German masters of the 16th/17th century, i.e. a real classical school of paintings from the times when the artists depicted the reality (in a strong contradiction to the recent art).