Leopold Museum Vienna (Leopold Collection)

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The Leopold Museum is a recent art museum in Vienna, opened in 2001. The Leopold Museum is located in the city centre in the new Museumsquartier (museum area of Vienna) The Leopold Museum exhibits paintings from the private collection of Rudolf Leopold, an ophthalmologist and art collector (born 1925 in Vienna, died 2010 also in Vienna).

Also worth seeing is the new, bright and modern building of the museum. Many highlights in the exhibition are by two artists. On the one hand there are many works by the painter Eugen Schiele (Austrians, 1890 to 1918, Expressionism). On the other hand, one can see art by Gustav Klimt (from Vienna, 1865 to 1918, Jugendstil) in the Leopold Museum. Of course you can also admire great paintings by other painters. Most of them are by Austrian artists and modern works of art.

Entrance fees Leopold Museum Vienna 2023

A normal admission ticket to the Leopold Collection costs 15 euros. There are various discounts, for example for children, students and seniors (12 Euro). You can buy the tickets online on this website.

Tipp: With the great Vienna Pass you can visit the Museum Leopold Wien for free.

Opening hours Leopold Collection Vienna 2023

The museum is open every day of the week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with two exceptions. Tuesday is rest day, Thursday there are longer opening hours from 10 o’clock to 21 o’clock. As far as we know, the Leopold Museum is otherwise only closed on Christmas Eve (24.12.).

The Leopold Collection is part of the Museum Quarter of Vienna. Almost directly opposite is the Museum for Modern Art “mumok”. Several important museums are next door (e.g. Museum Moderner Kunst and Kunsthalle Wien). The famous Natural History Museum Vienna is barely more than 100 metres away. The Vienna Pass (more information) is valid in all museums mentioned.

Bus city tour Hop on / Hop off

There are very many providers of city tours, walking tours etc. in Vienna. We really liked the buses of Vienna Sightseeing Tours. The buses run in 3 lines through Vienna. You can get off wherever you like and continue with a later bus. This way you see a lot, including all the important sights outside the city centre. You can see what you want. Since there are three lines, you can get to all the important sights. Really great!

>>>   This link gives you more information and the possibility to book

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