- Address: Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien, Austria, Vienna
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +43-15235881
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids
Museumsquartier - Review
Vienna’s Museumsquartier is ranked among the ten largest cultural parks in the world. It houses the Architekturzentrum Wien, Halle E+G, the Leopold Museum, The Mumok, quartier21 and ZOOM Kindermuseum to name a few. Shops within the complex include Komische Kunste, musiktank, Pen’s Bungalow and a lot more.
Museumsquartier Ticket Prices
- Every museum has its own entry ticket.
- Restaurants usually open by 10:00 am and close by midnight.
- Every museum and store has its own opening and closing time. Kindly check on official website before planning your visit.
How To reach Museumsquartier by Public Transport
- MuseumsQuartier subway stop and bus stop.
- Volkstheater Station subway stop, bus stop and tram stop.
Restaurants Near Museumsquartier
- Cafe Leopold
- Der Kiosk
- The CupCakes
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Things to Know Before Visiting Museumsquartier
39.38% of people who visit Vienna include Museumsquartier in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
44.02% of people start their Museumsquartier visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Museumsquartier
85.43% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museumsquartier
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Museumsquartier, Vienna Reviews
Always impressed everytime I visit it, it's always busy but never full. There is always something to see and do for the very young and old. It is Vienna's modern cultural epicentre, in contrast to it's more established historical museums. I would recommend this architectural and socially successful hub for anyone interested in art, music and food. It must be one of the most successful modern cultural complex in Europe.
Honestly, most of the exhibitions were not very interesting and it was hard to keep a child's attention to physics and mechanics. But there are some nice interactive things like an orchestra were the kid may play a conductor and by waving a baton he influences the tempo of playing very well known pieces of music. It was a great fun and actually my kids loved this the most. There are also some games based on kinect (gestures recognition). Overall I would recommend visiting this place with kids.
It is very convenient to get here by tram and underground. There are museums, book shops, and restaurants. It is not a bad idea to just come here and spend time outside of the museums. If you have plenty of time you can choose to get inside one of them and it will take you about 3 hours to complete one.
You can not believe the scale of this place untill you visit? Set around a courtyard, buildings brimming with fabulous Art! The centre courtyard has places to get drinks and food, then you can chill out on the strange purple pods? The purple pods are large enough to sunbath on with your friends, while you soak up the atmosphere, people from many cultures some riding bikes, some on scooters its an incredible experience?
A nice place in the center of Vienna to hang out. No outside drinks are allowed, so that's one star off. It's a hipster-student place to be, cozy lounges and nice atmosphere