State Rooms

Immerse yourself in imperial flair at the ALBERTINA Museum: for around 100 years, the present-day museum building served as the residence of Habsburg archdukes and archduchesses. Bearing witness to this period are the 20 sumptuously decorated and painstakingly restored Habsburg State Rooms that sweep visitors away into the magnificent world of classicism with their precious wall coverings, chandeliers, fireplaces and stoves, distinctive marquetry, and exquisite furniture.

The Highlights of the Collection

  • : Hall of the Muses,

    Hall of the Muses
    All photos © Georg Molterer

  • : Sphinx Staircase,

    Sphinx Staircase

  • : First Vestibule,

    First Vestibule

  • : Rokoko Chamber,

    Rokoko Chamber

  • : Wedgwood Cabinet,

    Wedgwood Cabinet

  • : Audience Hall,

    Audience Hall

  • : Study of Archduke Carl,

    Study of Archduke Carl

  • : Small Spanish Appartment,

    Small Spanish Appartment

  • : Reception Room,

    Reception Room

  • : Fireside Room,

    Fireside Room

  • : Dressing Room,

    Dressing Room

  • : Royal Writing Room and Gold Cabinet,

    Royal Writing Room and Gold Cabinet

  • : View into the Gold Cabinet,

    View into the Gold Cabinet

  • : Small Spanish Apartment,

    Small Spanish Apartment

  • : Large Spanish Apartment,

    Large Spanish Apartment

  • : View from the Albertina Museum's terrace,

    View from the Albertina Museum's terrace

  • : Wedgwood Cabinet,

    Wedgwood Cabinet

  • : Fireside Room,

    Fireside Room

  • : Oval Cabinet,

    Oval Cabinet

  • : Red Tea Salon,

    Red Tea Salon

  • : Rose chamber,

    Rose chamber

  • : Yellow Chamber,

    Yellow Chamber

  • : Colonade,


  • : Hall of Minerva,

    Hall of Minerva

  • : Red Tea Salon,

    Red Tea Salon

  • : Second Vestibule,

    Second Vestibule

  • : View into the Audience Hall,

    View into the Audience Hall
    All photos © Georg Molterer

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