Five Museums You Have to Visit While You Are in Vienna


cn_image.size.vienna2_002uFor museum lovers, Vienna is the place to be. There are various unparalleled world-class museums you should definitely visit during your stay in Vienna. Here are our favourite ones:

In the museum prints and drawings, graphic works, photographs and architectural drawings from the late gothic to the present time are exhibited.
Special exhibition: Karl Prantl: The Language of Stones until 01.02.2015
Address: Albertinaplatz 1, 1010 Vienna
Public Transport: U1/U2/U4 underground stop Karlsplatz
Website: Albertina

Kunsthistorisches Museum (Art History Museum)
Here you can find extensive collections of the imperial family and the largest Bruegel collection in the world.
Special exhibition: Velázquez until 15.02.2015
Address: Maria-Theresien-Platz, 1010 Vienna
Public Transport: U2/U3 underground stop Volkstheater or U2 underground stop Museumsquartier
Website: Kunsthistorisches Museum

Naturhistorisches Museum (Museum of Natural History)
You are interested in nature and history? Then this is the perfect museum for you. It is also very popular among children, who are fascinated by the huge skeletons of dinosaurs displayed in the museum.
Special exhibitions:
Mammoths: Ice Mummies from Siberia until 02.03.2015
Human Footprint until 08.03.2015
Insider Information: Plan your time in Vienna and already buy your ticket online!
Address: Burgring 7, 1010 Vienna
Public Transport: U2/U3 underground stop Volkstheater or U2 underground stop Museumsquartier
Website: Naturhistorisches Museum

Technisches Museum (Technical Museum)
Technology and its history is your passion? Then you should visit the Technical Museum. Owing to the interactivity offered, this museum is very popular among children.
Address: Mariahilfer Straße 212, 1140 Vienna
Public Transport: U4 underground stop Schönbrunn, Tram 58 stop Winckelmannstraße
Website: Technisches Museum

Leopold Museum
To get an insight into Austrian art, you should visit the Leopold Museum, which hosts masterpieces of the Viennese secessionist and modernist movements as well as Austrian expressionism.
Special exhibition: A Visual Memory of Viennese Society”: Franz Xaver Setzer’s Portrait Photographs until 02.02.2015
Address: Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna
Public Transport: U2 underground stop Museumsquartier
Website: Leopold Museum

For more information about outstanding museums in Vienna look at our website Museums in Vienna or ask at reception.