This gallery would be one of the best I have ever visited. Put this at the top of your list of attractions to visit in Vienna.
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Loved the Picasso exhibition here - a really lovely gallery, easy to navigate and see everything. We spent a very enjoyable afternoon here.
We were fortunate to see the Bruegel exhibit. The space is very contemporary but offered a perfect backdrop to this collection. It should be part of any central Vienna visit.
I have visited many galleries around Europe including others in Vienna. The art works in the Albertina are outstanding, however the following items detract from the experience 1. There is limited seating throughout the building 2. There were numerous school groups and everyone was making...More
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The art in the Albertina is great if you are a fan of modern art. It has a wide variety of styles and there is something to everybody's liking. I love visiting this museum although modern art is often not my cup of tea. I...More
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Monet, Toulouse-Lautrec, Braque, Matisse, and around 130 drawings and 17 paintings from Raphael who stands alongside Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo as one of art history’s most important masters.
Thank you for sharing your appreciation! Dear Tripadvisors, the Exhibit of Raffael can be seen until 7th of Jan 2018 here, in the Albertina in Vienna!
definitely worth to visit. Vienna is full of museums, and Albertina has a great collection. Visiting the state apartments is also very interesting and there is guided tour.
We came here several years ago and couldn't wait to visit the Albertina again. We saw the Monet - Picasso show.
Firstly there are free lockers within the building to leave your bags or coats which is great as then you are not over heated and carrying everything around. The price is good at €12.90 per adult. The gallery is 3 floors with the modern art...More
Danke für die wunderbare Rückmeldung, wir freuen uns sehr über die 5 Sterne!
There is something here for everyone in terms of art. The collection/ exhibitions ranged from Contemporary (my favourite), photography, drawings/ etchings, Raphael section (the sketches building up the paintings were excellent), impressionists and as this was a state/ royal house/ palace, the state rooms with...More
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