This museum is named after Rudolf Leopold, a Viennese ophthalmologist who, on buying his first Egon Schiele (1890–1918) for a song as a...
Kids love this hands-on children's museum, an arts and crafts session with lots of play thrown in. Budding Picassos have the chance to...
The Kunsthalle showcases Austrian and international contemporary art. Programs, which run for three to six months, tend to focus mainly...
The pick of the MuseumsQuartier bars, Café Leopold sits high at the top of the Leopold Museum. Its design is sleek, with spacey...
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Dschungel Wien information
If you're looking for a kid-pleaser with a cultural twist, Dschungel Wien gets a big thumbs up. This theatre for children covers the entire spectrum, from drama and puppetry through to music, dance and narrative theatre. Most performances are in German, but occasionally there is one in English. There are generally several performances daily and times vary - see the website for details. Adults pay children’s prices for matinee performances.