Traditional Viennese coffe houses offer you an insight into true Viennese atmosphere, and while experiencing it you can enjoy live music.
You might like it or not, but Hundertwasser unusual architecture is a vital part of Vienna today. A building on Untere Weißgerberstraße 13 hosts Hundertwasser Museum, part of KUNST HAUS WIEN, which was established in 1991 on the basis of the Hundertwasser's philosophy and artistic principles. On Mondays (except holidays) you can visit museum for a half price - 5 EUR. But most impression you get from outside - at any time and free of charge.
House of Neidhart Frescoes (Neidhart Fresken) houses the oldest ( c 1400) secular wall paintings in Vienna. Those frescoes illustrate songs by the legendary bard Neidhart von Reuenthal. Paintings were discovered only in 1979 while reconstructing an apartment.
Free admission every first Sunday of a month.
1., Tuchlauben 19
U1, U3: Stephansplatz
Heritage of ancient Roman times in Vienna you can experience in Roman museum at the Hoher Markt. Free entrance every first Sunday of a month.
Old City Hall in Vienna was a seat of city governors up to 1883. Today it houses offices, shops and Austrian Resistance museum. It is open for visitors on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, free addmitance.
Vienna is a unique city gathering numerous famous musicians throughout the years. Being proud of its history Wien Museum is taking care of collections displayed in the apartments of musicians. They can be visited free of charge every first Sunday of a month. The collection includes:
Wien Museum is a metropolitan museum devoted to the city if Vienna and displaying a wide range of collections and exhibitions – from the history of the city to art, fashion and modern culture, from the earliest settlements to the present day. It occupies a unique position among Vienna’s museums as it has sites throughout the city. Free entry on the first Sunday of a month, permanent and temporary exhibitions (except Mozartwohnung). Museums included are:
Museum of Military History in Vienna displays the history of the Habsburg empire from the end of the 16th century until 1918 and Austria's fate after the dissolution of the monarchy up to the year 1945. Free admission every first Sunday of a month.