On a space of 1700 sqm around 100 historic automobiles, motorcycles, mopeds, motors of various designs, bicycles, old radios, televisions and all sorts of other equipment from different eras (approx. 1920–1990 ) are being shown.
The museum holds historic motorbikes, cars, helicopters and even airplanes. This technology museum is the result of a private initiative in the 90ies. It is located on the shores of Traun River. Some 300 exhibits (civil vehicles and devices, agriculture and military airplanes and aircrafts) are presented in a vast hall.
The Military History Museum was built according to plans of Ludwig Foerster and Theophil Hansen from 1850 to 1856 and was thus the first Viennese museum.
In five major sections the museum shows the history of the Habsburg empire from the end of the 16th century until 1918 and Austria's fate after the dissolution of the monarchy up to the year 1945.
The Sarajevo Room is dominated by three objects: the automobile in which the heir to the throne Francis Ferdinand and his wife were shot in 1914, the blood-stained uniform of the Archduke and the chaiselongue on which he died.