Housed in the baroque Lobkowitz palace (1694), this museum has a permanent exhibition devoted to Austrian composer Gustav Mahler...
Redbus City Tours
One and a half hour tours of the main sights in around the Innere Stadt and and 2½-hour tours of the city’s big sights. Buses leave...
Sharing the Habsburg’s personal Jugendstil glasshouse (1901) with the Palmenhaus bar, the Schmetterlinghaus (Butterfly House) has...
This 550-sq-metre club occupies two floors (right as you enter) of an illustrious old building used for live-music performances. The...
01, Augustinerstrasse 3 · interesting places nearby
The real highlight of the 14th-century Gothic Augustinerkirche (Augustinian Church) is not its pale, vaulted interior but a crypt containing urns with the hearts of 54 Habsburg rulers. The church hosts regular evening classical music concerts, and the 11am Mass on Sunday is celebrated with a full choir and orchestra. The website (www.hochamt.at/augustines_programm.php) has details. Sometimes on a visit you can catch the choir practising. The crypt is open on Sunday after the Mass – turn up around 12.30pm.