Landeszeughaus
Landeszeughaus
4.5
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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The world's largest preserved historical armoury displays some 32,000 objects from the 15th to 18th century.
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1-2 hours
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Thanos Kalkounos
Athens, Greece12 contributions
Jun 2020
a very interesting place to visit in the heart of Graz. Once you enter you feel you are travelling back in time expecting a knight to appear in front of you. Very well maintained equipment and definitely worth of a visit. Afterwards in the corner you can enjoy some traditional fast food (wurst mit senf und kren) enjoying the rhythms of the city
Written January 1, 2021
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120DanielA
Sleepy Hollow, IL124 contributions
Jan 2023 • Couples
Our visit to the largest historical collection of weapons in the world was well worth our time. We were pleasantly surprised with the exhibits and our guide was great. Purchase your tickets early to ensure you get the day and time you want.
Written February 13, 2023
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Mitja Rupnik
Graz, Austria4 contributions
Jul 2020 • Couples
I visited the Landeszeughaus with my girlfriend. We were both blown away by the sheer amount of weapons on display. Despite that modern necessities like lights or windows, it really struck you just how quickly a militia could be armed there.

Before you ascend, I still maintain that it is best experienced bottom to top, you need to clear your mind and imagine there's an enemy at the gates. You will feel like a proper defender, almost spoiled for choice.
Written July 15, 2020
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HeidiWills
Seattle, WA250 contributions
Dec 2019 • Family
This is incredible preserved history with the option of learning a lot from a local guide about what you’ll be seeing. My husband said it his highlight in Graz. It brings to mind how brutal those times were and how labor intensive and uncomfortable battle gear was to produce and to don. This is a fascinating museum. We highly recommend it!
Written January 7, 2020
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JoJo82992
Lancaster, UK160 contributions
Aug 2013 • Couples
At 8 euros each for entry we thought this would be worth a visit, just 20mins later we were back on the street 16 euros worse off. All this building has is 4 floors with rows and rows of more or less the exact same armour. There are no descritions or efforts to put the armour in context with when it was used, who by or what for. Have to say this is the worst exhibition I have ever visited. You are told strictly on entering not to touch anything so can imagine that those with children would be very disappointed. You are asked to leave your bags in a locker in the tourist information because apparently there are lots of small things which can be taken, there is nothing small (must already have been taken) and think I'd have struggled to get a 2m long pike/spear or large body plate out without someone noticing.
Written August 12, 2013
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Lysander4ever
Zaventem, Belgium91 contributions
Aug 2013 • Couples
Even if you're not into weaponry, you can't help but to be intrigued by this museum. The largest collection of 15-18th century (mainly infantry) weapons in the world, the + 30.000 items are exhibited in a semi-warehouse setting, which makes it quite unique. To further enhance this 'real' armoury look & feel, almost no info panels are found within the museum. Therefore, it's advised to book a guided tour in order to really enjoy this collection. We did the 1 PM English tour, paid € 2 pp on top of our entrance ticket, and were pleasantly surprised that we were the only 2 who booked that day, so we had a private tour ;)
Written August 30, 2013
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zorro-plata
Dunedin31 contributions
Nov 2011 • Business
It's amazing how much effort and ingenuity went into killing other people, and Turks in particular. If you ever had any doubt that Eastern Europe was a fight for survival for centuries, you will be left in no doubt after visiting the armory. The armor and weapons on display are the pinnacle of what European technology and wealth could create. Mind you, a few Mongolians with silk shirts and superior tactics made all that look silly.
Written November 28, 2011
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CTSCOT
Storrs, Connecticut192 contributions
Jul 2013 • Couples
I really wish I understood German. There was a school visiting and they got all kinds of cool information, and they got to touch some of the armor (special display ones for just groups). They really did a good job in displaying a lot of the same types of items, like flintlocks and all the suits of armor. We were wondering when we were going to run of of floors to explore! If you like midieval arms, then this is the place for you to visit. Not a lot of English information (we didn't take the pre-recorded audio tour), but a ton of history here. Staff was polite, but did follow us around to make sure we didn't touch anything, was kind of like they don't trust you. Maybe they have problems with tourists, though.
Written July 29, 2013
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Nicole155008
Peterborough, Canada34 contributions
Jun 2012 • Couples
A vast amount of armor, weapons and artillery. I was super impressed the first couple of floors, but then I just wanted it to be over. After you have seen 100 suits of armor and a couple of hundred swords they all start to look alike (there are literally thousands of pieces). However, if you are a weapons/medieval armor fan, you will think you have died and gone to heaven.
Written October 6, 2012
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Hoikee
271 contributions
Jul 2012 • Solo
This was my first time to visit a museum of armor. I did "wow" when i reached the first floor. Worth paying EUR2.5 for the audio guided tour. However, i would expect to have more information displayed on the wall.
All in all, if you have not been in any similar museum, it definitely worth visiting
Written July 21, 2012
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  • Tue - Sun 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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