Transport Museum Remise

You don't like "boring" museums? Then you will love the Remise! It is a museum you can touch. Come and explore the exciting history of public transport in Vienna!

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

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.

See for yourself with a 360-degree tour

Try the subway simulator!

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.

See for yourself with a 360-degree tour

Opening Hours

  Museum   Shop
Wednesday 9am-6pm  9am-6pm
Saturday, Sunday 10am-6pm 10am-6pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday       -- 9am-3pm
Last admittance to the exhibition    5:30pm  

Reduced admittance

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.

Press 

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:

You find us here:

Transport Museum Remise

Ludwig-Koeßler-Platz
1030 Wien

How to arrive by public transport:

  • Underground U3: station Schlachthausgasse
  • Tram 18: stop Schlachthausgasse
  • Buses 77A, 80A: stop Ludwig-Koeßler-Platz

The Transport Museum Remise is located at:

Ludwig-Koeßler-Platz, 1030 Vienna
Phone: +43 (01) 7909 46803
Email: remise@wienerlinien.at

How to arrive by public transport:

  • Underground U3: station Schlachthausgasse
  • Tram 18: stop Schlachthausgasse
  • Buses 77A and 80A: stop Ludwig-Koeßler-Platz

Customer Service Center

Erdbergstraße 202
1030 Wien
U3 stop Erdberg

Opening Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 8am-3pm
Thursday: 8am-5:30pm
Friday: 8am-3pm
Closed on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays

Online seit: 10. Februar 2021