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The Essl Museum closed in 2016 and anyone who had the good fortune of seeing it mourns its passing. A large, generous space in a quirky but wonderful corner of the world--in the wetlands that line the Danube from Vienna all the way to the...More
Essl Modern Art Museum, Klosterneuburg, is closing down for good on 1st July 2016.
It is easily reached from Vienna by a frequent local bus service just outside Heiligenstadt or by Schnellbahn towards Klosterneuburg.
I visited the Essl Museum in May 2016 expecting to be...More
The museum is nicely reachable with a 30 minutes public transportation ride from the city center of Vienna and provides nice exhibitions on contemporary art. A good option to make on a rainy day. Check the exhibitions on their website before going there.
This is basically a private art collection in a museum space. It consists of 2 parts - German art post 1960 and aboriginal art. There is no information in English - in fact they seemed surprised to see us there. There are some lovely pieces...More
It would be a shame to miss this if you are in Vienna and have any interest in fine art. For 9 euros regular price or 6 euros reduced rate, e.g. for seniors, you can take a shuttle bus that is included in the ticket...More
The Essl Museum is near Vienna, on a strange, abandoned-looking site in Klosterneuburg. The modern building is remarkable rather than great, but the surroundings do not do any favour to it. Once inside, you have to fork out what is a little excessive entrance fee,...More
Regulars to the Essl on each visit to Vienna, it has a free bus from behind the StaatsOper every two hours or by D tram or A4 U-bahn to Heiligenstadt and a bus to Klosterneuberg, LeopoldBr.
Currently exhibitions Alex Katz, Xenia Hauser and New York,...More