Hard Rock Cafe Wien

+43 (0)1 53 50 403
Rotenturmstrasse 25, 1010 Vienna, Austria
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:30AM - 12:00AM
Fri & Sat 11:30AM - 1:00AM

Bar Hours:

Sun - Thu 9:30AM - 1:00AM
Fri & Sat 9:30AM - 2:00AM


Sun - Thu 9:30AM - 1:00AM
Fri & Sat 9:30AM - 2:00AM

Hard Rock Cafe Vienna Memorabilia

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Pop icon Madonna wore and signed this fedora during her ‘Who’s That Girl’ tour in the late 1980s.


Original Score

The Beatles’ 1967 masterpiece, ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’, is among the most creative and ambitious albums ever recorded. This is an original horn arrangement manuscript for the title track. It has been signed by all four members of the group.

Ian Anderson


Jethro Tull mastermind Ian Anderson is a true original. By bringing the flute to a prominent place in a heavy rock context, he opened the door for countless orchestral players to enter the world of rock ‘n roll. Ian played this Convair flute on stage in 1989.

Felix Pappalardi


Classically trained and hugely talented, Felix Pappalardi was instrumental in forging the sound of late ’60s hard rock. His tenure as Mountain’s bass player is well documented, but it was as a producer that Felix really found his calling. From Joan Baez to Cream to The Dead Boys, Felix covered a lot of ground. He owned this elaborately embroidered scarf in the early ‘70s.

Nikki Sixx


Nikki Sixx of Los Angeles-based heavy metal icons Mötley Crüe used this stunning Hamer Scarab bass on stage with the group. It has been heavily customized to Nikki’s personal specifications.

Elliot Easton


In the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, the Cars dominated music charts worldwide with their inventive blend of new wave and classic rock ‘n’ roll. Their brilliant guitarist, Elliot Easton, owned this extremely unique American Showster AS-57 guitar. Its design is based on the legendary 1957 Chevy Bel Air tail fin.

Frank Zappa


This absolutely unique, hand-built electric guitar was lovingly carved and bestowed upon Frank Zappa by an adoring fan. That's the kind of loyalty the Mothers of Invention inventor inspired. But then, to be a Zappa fan is an announcement you're not like everyone else – and Zappa was like no other rock star. Through 60-plus albums, Frank Zappa was unequaled in his ability to innovate, excite and provoke.

Cheap Trick


If we had to make a list of our favorite rock stars, Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen would probably top the list. Rick represents everything a great pop artist should be – charismatic, cool and wildly talented. He also has an absolutely amazing collection of vintage and custom guitars. This Hamer Standard, with Rick's signature checkerboard motif, was used extensively on tour with Cheap Trick.

John Mayall


The British blues scene would never have happened the way it did without John Mayall. Though a host of brilliant musicians played with John in the London clubs of the ’60s, it was his enlistment of Eric Clapton for the Blues Breakers that really cemented his legacy. The result was one of the most influential albums of all time – 1966’s ‘Blues Breakers Featuring Eric Clapton’. This was one of John’s guitars. He did all the woodburning work himself.

Ryan Roxie


Guitarist Ryan Roxie used this lovely GMP guitar on stage with Alice Cooper during Alice’s 1998 ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Carnival’ tour.

Richie Sambora


Guitarist Richie Sambora used this stunning Dobro resonator guitar on the song “Two Story Town” from the 2000 album ‘Crush’. These metal-bodied instruments were popular with American bluesmen unique tone and volume and have been a mainstay with rock guitar players.

Elton John


These unusual shoes were worn and signed by Elton John.



With huge hits like “Barracuda”, “Crazy On You”, “Magic Man” and “These Dreams”, Heart was one of the most successful groups of the ‘70s and ‘80s. Guitarist Howard Leese played this custom Washburn A-5 guitar on stage with Heart in the 1980s.

Bruce Springsteen


This baritone sax was signed by the one and only “Big Man – Clarence Clemons. Clarence was Bruce’s longtime saxophonist and onstage foil from 1972 until his death in 2009.

Jethro Tull


Though Ian Anderson’s flute playing is the most famous element of Jethro Tull’s music, guitarist Martin Barre has been a crucial element of the group’s success since the late ‘60s. This Hamer guitar was custom-built for Martin and he used it to record Jethro Tull’s 1980 album ‘A’.

The Who


This heavily customized bass features the neck from a Fender Precision and the body of a Gibson Thunderbird. It was used by the Who’s brilliant bassist, John Entwistle, in the studio during the group’s ‘Tommy’ sessions in 1969 and on stage with his solo band.

The Beatles


This unique piccolo trumpet was played with great effect by British orchestral musician David Mason on the recording of “Penny Lane.” He played the middle solo and the Bach-like figure on the song’s outro with this horn, catapulting him into pop culture history. In a way, Mr. Mason and this trumpet upstaged the Beatles on their own turf – the trumpet solo on “Penny Lane” is arguably the single most identifiable part of the song.



Guitarist Kerry King of thrash metal pioneers Slayer used this B.C. Rich guitar on stage during the 2004 ‘Ozzfest’ tour.

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