I was surprised when I entered the Museum Quarter and discovered many shops, restaurants/cafes, and social areas inside the building. There are many options for all kind of people.
Several modern art museums with changing exhibutions, cultural events, art and design shops, bars, cafes and restaurants at one place as well as a museum for children. Interresting architecture and big inneryard to relax and have a coffee during the spring and summer season. Lively nightlife for the young and young at heart. Easy to reach with public transport and... More
We came here without any particular museum in mind, and ended up visiting almost all of them over a span of four days. Everything just seemed so interesting, and putting them all in close quarters (pun not intended) somehow served to enhance the overall fascination. We enjoyed the Leopold Museum, but granted that kind of art may not be for... More
Very interesting part of town. What we saw was free but I don't know if everything in there is free. Just fun to walk around and see all the different presentations in such beautiful buildings
What a fantastic building ! However apart from some stunning works (Bacon, De Andrea, Hockney,...) the museum lacks consistency/coherence. It is not because you have a couple of great names, some Austrian hero's and a fantastic building you are recognised as the temple of contemporary art. Esp the exhibition on 'and materials and money and crisis' is a bummer. Room... More
A cultural core with something interesting for everyone and a very pleasant place for a coffee break. Very fresh and young atmosphere, between history and modernity. Leopold Museum hosts works of Klimt, Kokoschka and Schiele (world's largest collection of Egon Schiele's work).
The buildings are very grand and are a great background setting to the imperial palace which is over the road. The old buildings are not very user-friendly for disabled people, but wheelchair users can get access via the service lifts. That's a gripe. But the museums do contain some amazing stuff. I particularly enjoyed the exhibition of plasticised dead people... More
While we also visited the Leopold Museum, I wanted to give a shout out for the MUMOK. We enjoyed the special exhibition that was up during our visit, but we particularly appreciated the permanent collection. It's a stunning survey of modern and contemporary art. The Jean Tinguely construction is actually activated at the top of every hour. I don't know... More
the mq is great just to go and people watch or have a glass of something nice and just hang out. aside from the fact that you have so many different art showings to check out and museums to see, the developers of this space really thought about creating a place where everybody could meet, eat, drink and have a... More
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