Timings : Thursday - Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM,
Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Entry Fee : Adults: EUR 12.90,
Vienna Card holder: EUR 10.50,
Students with ID (up to age of 26 years): EUR 8.50,
Children (below 19 years): free
Albertina is a palace converted into a museum exhibiting some of the masterpieces in the field of artwork.
Forming a southern most part of the Imperial Palace, Albertina is beautiful palace turned into a museum built in years 1744. One of the largest residential palaces of Hapsburg, the palace exemplifies the neoclassical style of architecture. The palace comprises of twenty-one Habsburg staterooms each one with a speciality. Where the Hall of the Muses is adorned with Albertina Gold i.e. gold leaf made with a blend of gold, copper, and silver alloys, The Wedgwood Cabinet room is known for its intricate porcelain embossments. Albertina is also popular for some of its priceless graphical collections in the world including DÙrer's Hare and Klimt's studies of women along with permanent display such as Monet's Water Lily Pond, paintings by Macke, Da Vinci, Cezanne, Chagall, Rothko, Rainer and Katz and Degas's Dancers and Renoir's Girl. Housing about 65,000 paintings all across the timeline, this one of the last remaining fortress walls in Austria is absolutely worth a visit.
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