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Masterpieces of Religious Art in spectacular surroundings
The first room contains the portrait of Duke Rudolf IV, called »the Founder«, which dates from around 1360. It is said to be the oldest post-antique portrait of a sovereign in three-quarter profile. Not only did the duke have a major influence on the appearance of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, he also went down in the history of Vienna as the founder of the city’s university.

The famous altarpiece of Ober-St. Veit, which originates from the workshop of Albrecht Dürer, can be found in the west gallery among many other artworks. From here, visitors can enjoy a spectacular view on the interior of St. Stephen’s Cathedral. mehr...
The relic treasure
In April 2013, the elaborately restored St. Valentine’s chapel, which contains the relic treasure of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, was added to the exhibition. The adjoining Romanesque tower chamber can be visited for the first time in the history of St. Stephen’s Cathedral. mehr...
A tour with audio guide and iPad

In order to ensure that none of your questions remain unanswered, the admission price includes an audio guide in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish or Russian. Information sheets in Czech or Slovak are available at the ticket office. Inside the relic chapel, the »Digital Heilthumbuch« gives you the opportunity to research your name patron. mehr...

Reliquary cross 
mid 14th century, 1514 and 18th century
(large picture on the left)

Romanesque tower chamber

West gallery

St. Sebaldus
around 1486

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Kirchenmeisteramt der Domkirche St. Stephan zu Wien | Stephansplatz 3 | 1010 Wien | Phone: +43 1 51552-3054 |
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