Explore the history of public transport in Vienna in a multimedia exhibition.
A fascinating journey: 150 years of public transport
Take a journey through 150 years of public transport history together with Wiener Linien. Discover one of the largest collections of historical vehicles in Europe in the beautiful historic halls of the former tramway depot in Erdberg, from the first horse-drawn tramway in 1868, the legendary ‘American’ of the post-war era and the Reichsbrückenbus, which tumbled into the Danube river in 1976, to the public transport of the future.
Next stop: Interactive stations
Underground simulator. © Wiener Linien/Dominique Hammer
Remise, our public transport museum, offers a unique combination of historical exhibits and modern, interactive exhibits:
In addition to showing vehicles from a wide range of different eras, a variety of themed areas also provide visitors with interesting and little-known facts about Vienna’s public transport system – and the interactive exhibits invite you to get involved and try things out.
For example, find out what the difference is between direct and alternating current or show off your skills as a driver of an underground train with our underground simulator. Fun and excitement are guaranteed.
Multimedia and interactive exhibits: Great for adults and children alike
The story of Vienna’s public transport network is not just told using words and pictures. The Remise has a wide range of multimedia content and interactive games to keep things interesting. With its playful way of showcasing history, the public transport museum is also a hit for children, school classes and families. Naturally, you can also book an individual guided tour for your group.
The museum and the shop are open on these days:
|Monday, Tuesday||closed||open 9am - 3pm|
|Wednesday||open 9am - 6pm||open 9am - 6pm|
|Thursday, Friday||closed||open 9am - 3pm|
Holidays if open
|open 10am - 6pm
Last entry: 5:30pm
|open 10am - 6pm|
Special opening times:
|5 October 2019
Long Night of Museums
|open until Sunday, 1 am||open until Sunday, 1 am|
|26 October 2019||open 10am - 6pm||open 10am - 6pm|
|1 November 2019||closed||closed|
|8 December 2019||open 10am - 6pm||open 10am - 6pm|
|24 December 2019||closed||closed|
|25 December 2019||closed||closed|
|26 December 2019||closed||closed|
|31 December 2019||closed||closed|
|1 January 2020||closed||closed|
|6 January 2020||closed||closed|
|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|
|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:
- Phone: +43 (01) 7909 14203
- Email: email@example.com
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)
Location of the Transport Museum
Let us show you around
We will be happy to take you and your group on a guided tour of the museum and personalise your journey through the history of public transport in Vienna. Please make an appointment by telephone or by email.
- Number of persons: Groups of up to 25 people per tour
- Duration: 1.5 hours
- Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10:00 am to 4:30pm, Special times are possible by appointment.
- Fee: EUR 75.00 per guided tour plus EUR 3.00 per person
Special offer for schools
School classes (children aged from 6 to 15 years old) with two adults accompanying them pay a flat fee of EUR 40.00.
- bay email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- by telephone: +43 (01) 7909 46803
- Guided tours are by appointment only.
- No discounts will be offered for guided tours in connection with the Lower Austria Pass (Niederösterreich Card), Vienna Pass or Culture Pass.
Audio guide: the app for your smartphone
Hearonymus audio guide is just the ticket for you. Hearonymus is an easy-to-use app that you can download on your smartphone, enabling you to explore the museum conveniently at the touch of a button.
With 112 different audio chapters, Hearonymus guides you through the history of public transport in Vienna, providing interesting details and making your journey both informative and entertaining.
Guides for children and adults in different languages
You can choose between a guide for children and a guide for adults. The guide for children is available in German and English and tells stories about the development of public transport in Vienna in a child-friendly way for around 25 minutes. The adult audio guide is available in eight languages.
Really cool: A school trip to the Remise
“Why are there no double-decker buses in Vienna?” and “Why did work on building the underground start in the 1960s?” You and your pupils can find the answers to these and many other questions during a school trip to the Remise public transport museum.
In addition to seeing many historical vehicles and learning a lot of interesting information about their history, the museum also has a range of different ways to experience the world of public transport interactively. Depending on the focus of the trip, your pupils can try their hand as conductors, drive an underground train or embark on an olfactory journey of public transport from around the world.
Explore different topics with your pupils:
- Travelling throughout Vienna by bus and tram
- Down we go: Travelling through Vienna on the underground
- Travelling around the world: Find out about public transport highlights in different countries
Materials for your lessons
Materials that can be used in your lessons before and after the visits are available to download free of charge on the website www.lehrer.at/remise. Prepared in a way that is age-appropriate and in keeping with the curriculum, you can focus on the history of the development of public transport and the resulting effects on the everyday life of Vienna’s population.
At the same time, important basic skills can be revised, such as telling the time in elementary school or analysing the content of a table in secondary school.
- by email: email@example.com
- by telephone: (01) 7909 46803
Information about the guided tours:
- The tour lasts an hour.
- School classes (children aged from 6 to 15 years old) with two adults accompanying them pay a flat fee of EUR 40.00
The most exceptional place in Vienna to celebrate
The Remise offers you a very special Viennese setting for your event: The listed brick building – integrated into the public transport museum – offers 826m2 of space for your company event, congress or private party, surrounded by historical vehicles, which are available for you and your guests to use, for example, as a DJ booth, chill-out lounge, dining car or meeting room. You are free to choose the type of catering you want.
Visitors can be collected with modern-day or vintage trams from a stop of your choice and brought directly to the Remise.
For more information about your event at the Remise, please refer to our brochure: Brochure: The Remise as your event location
We look forward to your enquiry:
- Telephone: (01) 7909 46803
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org