Exhibitions 2023

Tuesday, 07. November 2023

“Arctic. The Changing Polar World”

Special exhibition rooms of the NHM Vienna since Tuesday, 7th November
Wednesday, 13. September 2023

Special exhibition from 13 September 2023 in the renovated Hall 21
Friday, 18. August 2023

A gold treasure comprising five artefacts was discovered in 2019/2020 in the Late Bronze Age settlement at Ebreichsdorf during an archaeological dig undertaken by Novetus GmbH in the course of the extension of the Pottendorf railway line by the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB). The gold artefacts were analysed in order to shed light on their making and origin. The Federal Monuments Office then carried out conservation work on the artefacts.
On 18 August 2023 at 10:30 a.m., the Natural History Museum Vienna will host a press conference in its auditorium together with ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG.

Tuesday, 13. June 2023

New permanent exhibition "World of Crystals"

14 June 2023 is the launch date for the new permanent mineralogy exhibition entitled “World of Crystals” in Hall 1 of the Natural History Museum (NHM) Vienna. After the extensive renovation and redesign of several display cases, the impressive exhibition will demonstrate why crystals in all their symmetry and magnificent colours hold so much fascination.

Tuesday, 23. May 2023

Special exhibition in the Narrenturm: Radiation damage

All radiation – be it ultraviolet, heat, X-rays or nuclear radiation – will cause damage to the human organism if it is exposed to too much for too long.The new exhibition "Radiation damage" in the three special exhibition rooms in the Narrenturm will show the effects of radiation on the human body from 24 May 2023 to 20 April 2024.
Wednesday, 05. April 2023

Tuesday, 21. February 2023

Invitation to the press conference: The Earth. A Dynamic Planet

Hall 6 - the former "Kaisersaal" - has been renovated and is now open to the public in a new setting since 22 February 2023. The new permanent exhibition "The Earth. A Dynamic Planet" focuses on the structure of the Earth as well as the beginning of the Anthropocene and shows that everything could have turned out quite differently.