Albertina Museum And GalleryCurrently Closed
- Address: Albertinaplatz 1 ,1010 Wien , Austria, Vienna
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +43-153483
- Ticket Price: 13 EUR
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museum, Museum
Albertina Museum And Gallery - Review
Albertina museum and gallery is said to be the first printing collection in the entire city of Vienna. It has one of the most important and largest print rooms in the world which means that there are a lot of very significant and historic paintings that are stored here. The museum holds more modern graphic works, prints, photographs and architectural drawings. The museum also conducts temporary exhibitions for the visitors all throughout the year. The museum and gallery holds some of the precious graphic art collections and consists of nearly 65,000 drawings as well as several original prints from all major epochs.
Albertina holds paintings and artworks of Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael through Albrecht Duerer, Rembrandt and Rubens to Lorrain, Delacroix, Manet and Cezanne. The museum has another main highlight which is the Habsburg State Rooms, which are open for viewing.
Albertina Museum And Gallery Information
- Mostly for kids, art lovers and explorers.
- There are no steps to the main entrance and elevator facilities are available.
- Restrooms with access for disabled persons available.
Albertina Museum And Gallery Ticket Prices
- Adults: EUR 12.90
- Vienna Card (Wien Karte) holders: EUR 10.50
- Senior citizens (aged 65 and over): EUR 9.90
- Students with ID (up to age 26): EUR 8.50
- Groups of 15 or more persons: EUR 9.90 each
- Children and young people (younger than 19): Free
- Visitors with special needs: EUR 7
- For other categories, refer to the website.
Albertina Museum And Gallery Hours
- On public holidays opening hours apply as for the respective weekday.
How To reach Albertina Museum And Gallery by Public Transport
- Albertina stop
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Things to Know Before Visiting Albertina Museum And Gallery
18.51% of people who visit Vienna include Albertina Museum And Gallery in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
48.29% of people start their Albertina Museum And Gallery visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Albertina Museum And Gallery
73.76% of people prefer walking in order to reach Albertina Museum And Gallery
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Albertina Museum And Gallery, Vienna Reviews
Facilities are awesome, it has a really convenient location in the city. Expositions are well curated despite you should be a fan of the Picasso's or other artist they have in display, otherwise it will be another museum. For kids definitely it is a place will suffer, there is no interesting things for them. Entrance fee is in the high end for what you get, there are better museums to visit, definitely if you are in a budget and have to choose between this museum and some other activity I would recommend a second thought to visit Albertina. If you have visit several places and activities in the city, budget is not a concern and you are in the mood to see different paintings proposals give it a try.
This is a wonderful museum with awesome collections. The price of the tickets are decent. There is a Disabled ticket price, just so you know. And students need to be LESS than 26 years old (25-) for that special price. My mother was told she could not use her cane to walk in the museum because it had lost the little rubber thingy at the bottom and would scrape the ground. ... I understand... but I wish there was something they could have done to accommodate her.
An amazing place the helpful and well organized staff makes it even better. It has a wonderful collection of art. Plus it's free under the age of 19. It's a must see if you are in Vienna.
Phenomenal. What do you want? Monet Degas Matisse Lichtenstein Warhol Seurat Picasso??? You have all of them here as well as a thought provoking contemporary art exhibition. They have cleverly used augmented reality to explain the story behind some paintings and artists, the app works brilliantly. The square has plenty of things to look at also with the sculptures pictured and the cafe Mozart across on the other side for strudel and a coffee.
Really great museum with famous painters for a good price. You can find here paintings of different time eras and style. Probably one of the best museums in Europe