This is the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of the province of Upper Austria. It’s main aim is to help integrate the local 20th century art. It has one of the best collections of photographs in the country. It’s successive temporary exhibition showcase 20th and 21st century art. However, the museum’s most famous collection is Kubin’s Cabinet – the world’s largest collection of the works of Alfred Kubin. And if all that fails to move you, visit just to enjoy the building’s beautiful architecture, which is lavish on both the inside and the outside.
- There’s lots of parking space around the museum.
- The entrance and lift for the disabled is at the back of the building.
- EUR 5 for groups of 8
- EUR 4.50 for kids
- EUR 13 for families
- EUR 4.50 for reduced categories. See if you apply to any at the museum website.
- Free for under 6, students on Wednesday, under 18s on Friday, 60+ years old
- tram lines 1 and 3 to stop "Taubenmarkt
- Bus Line 27 stop Chemiepark
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57.38% of people who visit Linz include Landesgalerie in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
30.3% of people start their Landesgalerie visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Landesgalerie
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Landesgalerie
Nice photography exhibition
Elegant location for a wedding.
Nice building to see from both the outside and inside, but the exhibitions are not the best in my opinion. The topics always are interesting but the exhibits are often rather boring to see and sometimes do not seem to be related to the exhibition topics. Rather make a stroll through the park around the building itself.
First you have to check if there are some exhibition then put in to do list. Also as everywhere in Linz, there's no English!! All words are German