About Vienna - Your City Travel Guide
About Vienna - Your City Travel Guide
About Vienna - Your City Travel Guide





The Museumsquartier is one of the ten largest cultural complexes in the world, where baroque buildings, new architecture, cultural institutions and various disciplines of art are united.

The Leopold Museum and the MUMOK (Museum of Modern Art Ludwig Foundation Vienna) are large art museums. Additional highlights include the TanzQuartier, an international, state-of-the-art centre for dance, the Architektur Zentrum Wien, production studios for new media, artist studios for artists-in-residence, outstanding art and cultural facilities designed for children, and a variety of other events and festivals such as the renowned Viennale film festival, the ImPulsTanz Festival, and many others.

Here’s another good idea for a leisurely afternoon. Musiktank offers a wide selection of Austrian popular music. You can browse their artist catalogue, listen to tracks from Austropop-stars like Falco, Georg Danzer or Wolfgang Ambros or up-to-date electronic productions with their famous Viennese flavour.
A comfortable lounge invites to linger. You can buy your favourite tracks and burn your own personal Austrian CD. Nice souvenir, isn’t it?

Winter at the Museumsquartier:
With an Ice Curling Rink, a play area for children, cool DJ sounds and punch stands, the Vienna Museums Quarter focuses on a younger and hipper clientele.

Spittelberg District
Just round the corner there’s Spittelberg. Spittelberg is a picturesque and romantic part of Vienna with caringly renovated Biedermeier houses, narrow, plastered alleys and invites us to discover ancient Vienna!

Museumsquartier Museumsplatz 1, A-1070 Vienna