Discover the fascinating world of language invention and the faceted history of Esperanto spanning over 100 years in the Esperanto Museum at the Austrian National Library: from the publication of the first textbook in 1887 and its rapid spread before the First World War to its suppression during the time of National Socialism and, ultimately, its use today.
Opening times museums
The museums and the State Hall are are open again from Tuesday, May 4. The opening times are Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. From May 19 on Thursdays museums will be open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. In all museum areas FFP2 masks have to be worn during the whole stay and a minimum distance has to be held. All valid annual tickets will automatically be prolonged at no charge for the duration of the closing time of the 4th lockdown, these are 27 days.
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