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The Imperial Carriage Museum Vienna (Kaiserliche Wagenburg Wien) is a museum located in the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, Austria. The museum houses a collection of Imperial carriages, sleighs, and other ceremonial vehicles from the Habsburg monarchy.

The museum's collection includes vehicles that were used for coronations, weddings, funerals, and other significant events throughout the Habsburg Empire's history. Some of the most notable carriages in the collection include the Golden Carriage, which was used for the coronation of Emperor Charles VI, and the Imperial Hearse, which was used for the funerals of numerous Habsburg emperors and their family members.

In addition to the carriages and sleighs, the museum also features exhibits on the history of transportation and carriage-making in Vienna, as well as displays on the Habsburg dynasty's history and cultural significance. The museum offers guided tours and educational programs for visitors of all ages.

The Imperial Carriage Museum is part of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, which also includes the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna and the Weltmuseum Wien. It is open daily, except for Tuesdays and certain public holidays. Admission fees apply, and there are discounts available for children, students, and seniors.