Naturhistorisches Museum Wien — Museum of Natural History of Vienna or NHMW.
The Kunsthistorisches Museum — Museum of Art History opened in 1891 at the same time as the Naturhistorisches Museum, by Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria-Hungary.
Austrian National Library — Österreichische Nationalbibliothek is the largest library in Austria, located in the Hofburg Palace.
Secular and Ecclesiastical Treasury — Imperial Treasury or Schatzkammer displays a collection of 1,000 years of treasures compiled by the Imperial House of Habsburg, including the medieval Imperial Regalia.
The Burgtheater or Imperial Court Theatre — is the Austrian National Theatre, opened in 1741.
Hofburg Congress Center — located in part of the Old Imperial Palace and consists out of 35 conference rooms. The main convention and exhibition centre of Vienna is Messe Wien, Vienna Exhibition and Congress Center.
The Imperial Apartments — former private apartments of the imperial family.
Ephesus Museum — museum at the Imperial Palace.
Albertina — houses the renowned collection of Duke Herzog Albert of Saxe-Teschen. It’s one of the most visited museums in Vienna.
Collection of Ancient Instruments — collection of instruments on which musicians as Beethoven and Chopin once played.
Palais Mollard-Clary — houses the Globe Museum, the Department of Music and the Department of Planned Languages and Esperanto Museum.
Volksgarten Park — public park created between 1820 and 1823. At the center of the park is the Theseus Temple, a replica of the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens, also known as the Theseion. Other monuments are the Kaiserin Elisabeth-Denkmal and Grillparzer Monument.
Michaelerplatz — one of Vienna’s most famous squares.
Heldenplatz — Heroes Square.