Museum Remise

Explore the history of public transport in Vienna in a multimedia exhibition.

Browse through the exhibition with the audioguide!

Hearonymus Audioguide at Transport Museum RemiseZoom

At transport museum Remise we are very happy to offer a new service to you! With the audioguide Hearonymus you can comfortly browse through the exhibition while listening to stories about public transport in Vienna.

App in 8 languages, many stories

Hearonymus is an easy-to-use app that you can download on your smartphone. It tells you the history of public transport in Vienna in 112 chapters. From the horse-drawn tramway and the famous post-war ‘American’ to underground construction, the silver arrow and a look at the future of public transport—you will hear many interesting stories and fun facts that make your journey worthwile. 

The app comes in a version for children, which lasts about 25 minutes and is available in German and English. The version for adults is available in 8 languages.

Download the app


150 years of public transport history in a state-of-the-art setting

Remise—Wiener Linien’s transport museum—is located in the halls of the former Erdberg depot. Visitors can look forward to seeing one of the largest collections of historical vehicles in Europe in a modern museum which provides an interactive experience. Theme islands have been created for the underground trains, buses and trams of bygone days.

Embark on a journey through Vienna's public transport history with text, pictures, multimedia content and games. It's all there: from the horse-drawn tramway and the famous post-war ‘American’ to underground construction, the silver arrow and a look at the future of public transport.

Children and families are highly welcome and will find a range of attractions—from the underground simulator to playfully constructed stories.


  • Wednesday: 9 am to 6 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm
  • Last entry at 5:30 pm


  • Monday, Tuesday: 9 am to 3 pm
  • Thursday, Friday: 9 am to 3 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm

Special opening times 2018

Date Museum Shop
15 August open 10am-6pm open 10am-6pm
26 October closed closed
1 November closed closed
8 December open 10am-6pm open 10am-6pm
24 December closed closed
25 December closed closed
26 December closed closed
31 December closed closed
1 January 2019 closed closed
6 January 2019 open 10am-6pm open 10am-6pm

Entry fee

Adults EUR 8.00 Buy ticket online
Young people ages 15-18 EUR 6.00 Buy ticket online
Children aged 15 or younger Free admittance

Reduced fee

Adults EUR 7.00 Buy ticket online
Young people ages 15-18 EUR 5.00 Buy ticket online

Reduction for holders of a Vienna pass (Wien Karte), a Wiener Linien annual ticket, valid Wiener Linien employee ID, senior citizens with ID and people performing national service (19-27 years old with ID), as well as for people with a valid disabled badge.


10 to 25 people aged 15 or over EUR 4.00 per person


Members of the press and photographers looking to visit the exhibition as part of a report or article are kindly requested to contact us as follows:

Guided tours

We gladly guide your group through the exhibition. Please register by phone or email.

  • We accept up to 25 persons per tour.
  • Duration: 90 minutes
  • Monday to Friday 9 am – 2 pm • Saturday, Sunday 10 am – 4:30 pm • Other days or times may be arranged by appointment.
  • Fee: EUR 75.00 lump sum per tour plus EUR 3.00 per person

Special offer for school groups

School groups (children aged 6 to 15) accompanied by two adults pay a lump sum of EUR 40.00.


Please note:

  • Guided tours are by appointment only.
  • For guided tours no reductions are applicable (e.g., Niederösterreich Card, Vienna Pass, Kulturpass).

The Vienna Transport Museum Remise is located at:

Ludwig-Koessler-Platz, 1030 Vienna
Phone: +43 (01) 7909 46803

You can reach it with the following lines:

  • U3 (Schlachthausgasse station)
  • Tram line 18 (Schlachthausgasse stop)
  • Bus 77A (Ludwig-Koessler-Platz stop)
  • Bus 80A (Ludwig-Koessler-Platz stop)


The Transport Museum is located at Ludwig-Koeßler-Platz. You can reach it with U3, tram 18 (Schlachthausgasse station) and buses 77A and 80A (Ludwig-Koeßler-Platz).
Location of the Transport Museum