Situated upstairs in Palais Palffy, this newcomer to the museum scene exhibits the works of the Viennese School of Fantastic Realists,...
Graben is dominated by the knobbly outline of this memorial, designed by Fischer von Erlach in 1693 to commemorate the 75,000 victims of...
Café Leopold Hawelka
Dark, moody and picture-plastered, this late-1930s coffee house was once the hangout of artists and writers – Friedensreich...
Possibly the finest sandwich shop in Austria, Trzesniewski has been serving spreads and breads to the entire spectrum of munchers for...
01, Dorotheergasse 11 · interesting places nearby
Jüdisches Museum information
Housed inside Palais Eskeles, Vienna’s Jüdisches Museum showcases the history of Jews in Vienna, from the first settlements at Judenplatz in the 13th century to the present. A new permanent exhibition on Jewry in the 21st century was due to open in 2013, complementing spaces mostly devoted to changing exhibitions, and the exhibition highlight, a startling collection of ceremonial art on the top floor.