Ephesus Museum - Vienna

The Ephesus museum has exhibited the beauties of the ancient city of Ephesus (one of the largest Antiquity cities, in modern day Turkey), in one of the newest buildings of the Hofburg. It is a journey to a time that was full of contrasts. The temple of Artemis, one of the 7 wonders of the world was found in Ephesus, and Heraclitus of Ephesus founded one of the greatest early Christian congregations. In the Roman era, Ephesus was the capital of the Asian province, with around 200,000 inhabitants. Austrian archaeologists have been working on the archaeological site at the ruins of the Ephesus since 1895 , and many discoveries have been transported to Vienna. The Ephesus museum collection is part of the KHM.


Open Wednesday-Monday 10am-6pm


7,00 €

Address : Heldenplatz 1010 Vienna Austria

Subway : U Herrengasse

Bus : Stop: Heldenplatz or Michaelerplatz

Phone : +43 1525240

Web : http://www.khm.at/neue-burg/sammlungen/ephesos-museum/

Email : [email protected]

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