Museum Hundertwasser, Vienna

#8 of 86 in Museums in Vienna
Take a journey into a country of creative architecture that stands in harmony with nature at Museum Hundertwasser. Austrian painter Hundertwasser conceived this House for Human Beings and Trees, which opened in 1986. See how the artistic vision came to life in architectural features: undulating floors, indoor trees with limbs extending from windows, and roof gardens. Have a drink in the cafe in front of this expressionist landmark of Vienna. The stores across the street offer artist- and house-related souvenirs. This is one of Vienna's most visited buildings and a part of Austria's cultural heritage. To visit Museum Hundertwasser on your trip to Vienna, use our Vienna itinerary maker.
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  • August 17, 2017
    You are not bad to look at, if you don't have anything to see in Vienna go for it, but it's a small thing ... very souveniristico built around tourism.
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  • August 17, 2017
    Subway access is not as easy as I thought. It's funny because it's a colorful gray front construction throughout the city. Maybe a few years ago would be a novelty but today I see just how unusual for Vienna today. The girl in the Cafe didn't speak English and was super rude.
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  • August 15, 2017
    Total discovery for us the world of Hundertwasser, his paintings,drawings and architecture. There was also a temporary exhibition of Edward Burtynsky which was great. A place to see if you like differ...  more »

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