Vienna is a great city if you are into museums, with its history-rich background and its tradition as a cultural melting pot in the heart of Europe, there are museums to explore and things to learn for every taste imaginable. Here are a few of Vienna’s best museums, but remember to allow yourself enough time to browse through the exhibitions while you’re there.
Vienna is a notoriously history-rich place. With its central location in Europe, its history as a capital of the Habsburg Monarchy and major role as a strategic point of interest during the Second World War, Vienna has quite literally always been in the Read More
Of course it depends on where you come from, but I think we can agree that Vienna is a fairly cheap country, especially when compared to the other western ones. Despite this, who doesn’t want to save some money for travelling (we can Read More
… and all senses come into play “Hands on, minds on, hearts on!” At ZOOM Children’s Museum, children are welcome to ask questions, to touch and to feel, to examine and to play to their hearts’ desire. At ZOOM, children explore the world Read More
Every Saturday afternoon a small private museum opens up the world of Orson Welles cinematic classic “The Third Man”, shot on location in Vienna in 1948 and premiered in London in 1949. Exhibits include historical posters, cinema programs and some 300 movie and Read More
Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, and Brahms (among others) are symbolized in Vienna not only with monuments but also with museums (two, in Schubert’s case: his birthplace, and the house in which he died), but it is Beethoven who is represented most. With several museums Read More