Collection

The Collection of the Styrian Armoury contains arms and armour from the 15th to the 18th centuries. 

By the turn of the 17th century, the number of arms and armour had grown to approximately 190.000 objects.


Today the Styrian Armoury contains 32, 000 objects: armour, fire arms and cannons, staff and edged weapons, bullet moulds and powder flasks stored on four floors with more than 2000 square metres of exhibition space.


Our conservators explain in an interview how we preserve these objects for further generations and why we cannot touch them.

Fire arms and accessories


With around 13,400 items, the collection of small arms and accessories is the most comprehensive in the armoury. It includes 3,867 guns and 4,259 pistols, all of which have a variety of lock  more...

Artillery and acessories


The artillery collection has 704 exhibits: volley guns, mortars, cannons, falconets as well as various accessories:   bullets calliper gauges calliper compasses loading shovels  more...

Edged weapons


The collection of edged weapons contains around 2,414 items:   two-handed swords one-and-a-half handers various types of sabres pallasches estocs dusägges broadswords Most  more...

Staff weapons


There are 5.395 staff weapons preserved in the Armoury: mainly halberds and pikes, fewer boar spears, couses, tardes, morning stars and glaives For a long time, staff weapons were the chief  more...

Defensive arms


The collection of protective arms provides us with a clear picture of how soldiers protected themselves in wartime. Whether marksman, pikeman, hussar, harquebusier or cuirassier, officer or  more...

Styrian Armoury

Herrengasse 16
8010 Graz, Österreich
T +43-316/8017-9810
zeughaus@museum-joanneum.at

 

Opening Hours
01. November to 31. March 2020 Tue-Sun, public holidays

admission only as part of a guided tour.

Advent season 2019: Admission without a guided tour on December 7, 14 and 21 from 11am - 3pm.


01. April 2020 to 31. October 2020 Tue-Sun, public holidays 10am - 5pm

admission also without a guided tour (audioguide, brochure)


01. November 2020 to 31. March 2021 Tue-Sun, public holidays

admission only as part of a guided tour


Guided tours: 12:30 pm (EN), 11am and 2pm (GER). For specific dates, please visit our calendar. Additional guided tours on advance notice.

 

6th January 2020 (

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13th April 2020
1st June 2020
26th October 2020

24th/25th December
1st January 2020
25th February 2020
24th/25th December 2020