Kaiserliche Wagenburg Wien

Key facts at a glance

  • Audio guides, multimedia guides, listening stations
  • Barrier-free entrance
  • Barrier-free reception
  • Assistance dogs allowed
  • Reduced admission
  • for people with dementia
  • for people with hearing impairment
  • for people with visual impairment
  • Easy or simple language
  • Kulturpass: Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur
  • Special tours & offers
  • Partially accessible website
  • Partial inductive hearing system
  • Rental of rollator/wheelchair


Schönbrunn Castle
1130 Vienna
Open address in Google Maps
15.3.-30.11.: 9:00-17:00
1.12.-14.3.: 10:00-16:00
€ 9 for people with a disability card
€ 9 for assistant


Julia Häussler
+43 1 525 24- 4702


The Imperial Carriage Museum takes visitors into the world of the Viennese court. Vehicles, paintings, riding equipment and magnificent garments tell the story of the lives of Maria Theresa, Napoleon, Franz Joseph and Sisi. You can experience mobility throughout history - from the baroque imperial carriage, to travel, sports and children's carriages, to modern high-speed vehicles.

Barrier-free accessibility

Entrance: Main entrance via 3 cm high step, double doors (walking wings 68 cm wide)

Inside the building: Entrance to the collection: double swing doors, total width 130 cm. Exhibition area on the ground floor is barrier-free. Area on the 1st floor can be reached via a staircase (width 128 cm, 12 steps, intermediate landing, then 155 cm, 10 steps, handrail on both sides of the stairs at a height of 100 cm). Toilet outside the wagon camp, currently not barrier-free.

In exhibitions: Multiple seating areas

How content is conveyed

As audio texts: Audio guide

multimedia: Several videos with sound in German and subtitles in English

Inclusive guided tours and offers

Target group-specific tours: Guided tours available on request at any time (tactile tours, sign language, simple language, people with dementia/forgetfulness)