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Albertina, Vienna

Categories: Art Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 3,000+ reviews on the web
An art museum known worldwide for its collection of graphic arts, Albertina also contains a significant collection of Impressionist art. The museum's graphic arts collection includes approximately 50,000 drawings and watercolors and 900,000 graphic artworks from the late Gothic era to the current day. Leonardo da Vinci, Peter Paul Rubens, and Rembrandt van Rijn are represented in the collection of Old Masters' works. In the modern section, discover artists like Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso, and Andy Warhol. The museum boasts a strong showing of architectural drawings, as well as a collection of photographs dating back to the 1900s. Personalized guided tours are offered and include a tour of the Habsburg staterooms. Use our Vienna trip itinerary planner to visit Albertina on your trip to Vienna, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Definitely my favourite Art Gallery in Vienna. Located in the heart of Vienna, back of the Vienna Opera House. If you are waiting until 12 pm to check in to your hotel, go and visit Albertina because ...  read more »
  • There were fantastic selection of art works shown in the museum from Monet to Picasso. A nice place in the city centre. Very popular among visitors and local people. 
  • The collection of this museum has tens of thousands of pieces and not lose anything to any Museum I've ever visited. Works of Van Gogh, picasso and Leonardo da Vinci, among hundreds of others.
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  • Fantastic art museum with high quality exhibitions and some state rooms to explore. There is ample information on each painting in addition to well organized rooms and explanations of art movements so that you can fully understand and appreciate what you are looking at. There is also a nice terrace to relax with a view of the Burggarten and surrounding architecture in central Vienna.
  • The royal apartments are beautiful and interesting, but the real gems of this museum are the War-time art and videos. Truly moving. We must never forget.
  • One of the most interesting museums in Vienna. You'll need a few hours to see everything they exhibit. Great if you want to spend a rainy afternoon.
  • Very good and live place you can have coffee and all the other things enjoy there with special friend night life is quite good
  • Stunning museum. A standing exhibition of Monet and Picasso will blow you away. This museum has a lot of famous paintings nonchalantly hanging on the wall. Dürer's Hare is a highlight, but slightly hidden, so I'd recommend hunting as it's worth it.
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