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Masterpieces of the Viennese Secessionist and Modernist Movements as well as Austrian Expressionism

The Leopold Collection is one of the most important collections of modern Austrian art in the world. The more than 5,000 exhibits were collected by Rudolf and his wife Elisabeth Leopold over a period of five decades. In 1994, the Collection was consolidated by Rudolf Leopold with the assistance of the Republic of Austria and the Austrian National Bank into the Leopold Museum Private Foundation - a non-profit private foundation.

And now you can experience the beauty of this collection in this unique museum that is awash with light in the heart of Vienna. It is the biggest cultural magnet in the Museums Quartier and houses collections of the likes of Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt and many more.

Opening Hours:

Daily: 10am - 6pm except Tues
Thurs: 10am - 9pm
Note: June, July and August open daily


Leopold Museum, MuseumsQuartier, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna, Austria

Getting There:

- Underground lines U3 or U2 to the station “Volkstheater” OR “MuseumsQuartier”
- Tram Lines 1,2,D,71 to the station “Burgring” OR Tram Lines D,1,2,46,49,71 to the station “Dr. Karl   Renner Ring”

Please Note: 

Children under the age of 7 get free admission with valid proof of ID.  
Christmas Holidays (25.12. - 6.1.) Closed: Christmas Eve (24.12.) .
*Last entry: the cash desk closes half an hour before the closing of the museum.