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MuseumsQuartier, Vienna
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One of the largest cultural neighborhoods in the world, MuseumsQuartier mixes art galleries and historic buildings with cafes and courtyards. The area, characterized by Baroque buildings and modern architecture, includes 70 cultural institutions, ranging from large art museums to smaller galleries and even outdoor installations. Explore the Leopold Museum, known for its collection of masterpieces by Egon Schiele, or discover modern and contemporary art at the Museum of Modern Art Ludwig Foundation Vienna. As you walk through the courtyards, you might just stumble upon a dance performance or film festival. Plan your visit to MuseumsQuartier and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Vienna itinerary planner.
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  • Very impressive museums and even have their own christmas market in the center of it all. Can take days to get through them all thoroughly. 
  • Not enough time to see them all but you can choose which you like choose where they were works by Klimt and painters unknown to us austriascos, Leopold etc but we love to see pictures of Klimt that here there are, the care of the museum itself and especially the cleaning and the good distribution of the works, there are great panoramic views of the city and have cafeteria inside , EYE not thrown out the entrance to the Museum since it serves to enter the cafeteria or baths of the Museum, these museums children pay no entry and entries ranging from 9 and 14 euros depends on the works.
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  • As the name suggests, it's full of museums. You can find the Art history museum, natural history museum, kids museum, Leopold museum, museum of modern art; all within walking distance of each other. W...  more »
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  • A great unique place in Vienna that is home to a blend of small vendors to restaurants, coffee houses and wineries. Great for wining and dining, chatting with friends, chilling in the sometimes brutish sun or performing whatever in front of an international crowd. Plus it houses a huge contemporary art museum if that is your vice. The location is at the boundary of the inner city and as such shouldn't be missed by tourists. It might even be one of Vienna's go-to places for tourists. Self declared atypical tourists can gladly skip the place, as there are much more urban, gritty places around the corner waiting to be discovered.
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  • Lots of nice and pretty girls are hanging out here. A good number of cafés to hang out. The artwork is not everyone's art. Fits an alternative audience.
  • There's a few museums to visit here, recommended to go with time to spend at least 1 day visiting them.
  • Perfect spot to lounge in good weather. Location at the end of Mariahilferstrasse and across from the Museums of Natural History and Fine Arts is excellent. Wander south to Naschmarkt; wander north into St Ulrich for food. Great access to art museums, obviously. Bonus: it's Vienna, so BYOB is no problem.