I really appreciate to live in a city where history is omnipresent and where art has such a high value.
You mentioned all the objects that are also for me among the highlights of these museums. Regarding the Golden Cabinet: The Globe Museum is located in a in a palace-like building where noblemen used to live who could afford to decorate their living rooms in a particularly splendid way. The Golden Cabinet dates back to 1700. The murals were made with the Secco technique, in which oil-gold paint was applied to the dry masonry. On the walls and ceiling figures from Greek mythology are to be seen. Here's another photo:
I just watched a trailer of "The Red Violin" which has obviously a reference to Vienna. In this section of the movie the orphan boy Kaspar Weiss shows his great talent on the violin. I read that the boys name "Kaspar" is probably a reference to the film "The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser" (1974) by Werner Herzog. Maybe you know these movie or the real story of foundling Kaspar Hauser.
Thanks for your comment, which, as so often before, has given me new inspiration.
I'm glad that you are in a safe, quiet place in these uncertain times.
Stay well. With great affection,