Vienna, Austria

The MuseumsQuartier Wien, one of the largest culture and art complexes in the world, is a playground for culture seekers. Spend the entire day diving into the vibrant sprawl of renowned museums, exhibition halls and art spaces. The Museumsquartier contains Baroque buildings as well as Modern architecture by the architects Laurids and Manfred Ortner.

Additional highlights include Leopold Museum (one of the largest collections of modern Austrian art), Kunsthalle Wienand Tanzquartier, an international, state-of-the-art centre for dance.


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Museumsplatz 1, Vienna, Austria
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Founded: 2001
Category: Museums in Austria


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Aidana Borisova (2 months ago)
Great public space arrangements, cozy cafes, art everywhere? spent two evenings just sitting there?
Janhavi Dhuldhoya (2 months ago)
It's an art gallery of sorts. There are 3 levels. I liked the 1 st floor. 2 nd floor had more abstract art. Since I was there had to finish all 3 levels. It's good but art isn't my thing. One can surely visit if interested in art
Itamar Naim (3 months ago)
An amazing area in the city of Vienna! In this place you can find many different kinds of museums to go to at decent prices. The outside area between the museums is also very beautiful and it is nice just to walk around. There are a lot of Cafe places that you can sit at and chill and also free sitting areas which are really cool and stylish ;) On a sunny day you can go there with your laptop / book and spend your day in the fresh air instead of in an office.
Lemya (4 months ago)
A must - see if you're visiting Vienna city. Great art, especially the medieval. Wasn't a big fan of the contemporary. Nice cafés too.. you can spend a couple of good hours there. August and September are best time to visit.
Valentin Toia (5 months ago)
A cool place with a lot to offer - art, of course, in its museums and galleries, but also various places to chill in its inner courtyards, during the day or evening. Drinks, food, networking.
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