at Eggenberg Palace Graz | Universalmuseum Joanneum
With highlights from the second largest public collection of coins in Austria, the Coin Cabinet invites you to an impressive voyage of discovery through the centuries.
01.04. - 31.10.2023: Tuesday - Sunday & public holidays, 10 am - 6 pm
01.11. - 17.12.2023: only with guided tour by prior appointment
Open in addition: 10.04.2023, 01.05.2023, 29.05.2023
- Opening hours & entrance fees in detail
- Adults: € 11.00 | School pupils, apprentices, students between 19 and 26 € 4.50 I Children and teenagers under the age of 19 free I
Money makes the world go round. Coins are far more than just a way of paying for something: they reflect the political, cultural and social zeitgeist. The Coin Cabinet at Eggenberg Palace has extraordinary stories to tell about coins in Styria – from the panther thaler minted in Graz to the Celts’ wuschelkopf types, from the gold coin at Flavia Solva reworked into a piece of jewellery through to a Renaissance medal gem that once belonged to Archduke Karl II of Inner Austria.