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Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Vienna

November 03, 2020
Is there a city more beautiful than Vienna? Sure, Paris is charming, Rome is so historic, and London has a great urban feel to it. But when it comes to elegance, extravagance, opulence, and grandiose, the Austrian capital takes the cake. A whole collection of castles, palaces, concert halls, manors, mansions, and more make up the city. As well as, of course, a dozen great museums as well. It's a shame you can't visit them right now because of the global pandemic. You definitely would have enjoyed seeing them in person. But not to worry! Exploring them virtually is just as exciting!

Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Vienna

 

Natural History Museum Vienna

Austria has such a fascinating history and what better place to learn more about it than in the country's capital city, Vienna? From natural evolution to man-made inventions, you'll get to know more about Austria—as well as the rest of the world—in this beautiful museum. All the artworks and artifacts are worth every second you spend exploring and learning about them. Even if you do it online too! Thanks to its official website, you can now tour the Natural History Museum Vienna virtually, allowing for an interactive and introspective look into its many interesting and unique exhibits. 

Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Vienna

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Sigmund Freud Museum

Sigmund Freud is undoubtedly one of the most important people to ever come out of Austria. The historic neurologist not only founded psychoanalysis but pretty much changed the way people thought and interacted with each other. So it's no surprise that his home in Vienna would become a museum. From his textbooks and notes to the many instruments he used in his experiments, all of what Dr. Freud used, touched, and owned are on-display in his house. Visiting it is definitely one of the more fascinating things to do in the city, albeit virtually for the time being! 

Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Vienna

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Leopold Museum

Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt, and Richard Gerstl—these are just some of the artists whose works are displayed in the Leopold Museum in Vienna, Austria. In fact, the gallery is even said to have the biggest collection of Egon Schiele pieces in the world, one that even top London and Paris galleries spaces would die to have for themselves. For this reason alone, the museum has become a go-to attraction for art lovers, be they tourists or residents of the city. If you're a fine arts connoisseur yourself, you'd do well in visiting this place, even virtually right now, and seeing all the amazing works of art up close through your screen. 

Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Vienna

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Jewish Museum

Before the Second World War, Austria had a thriving Jewish community. After the war, however, it substantially deteriorated. It's one of the most tragic things to happen to the country at that time, with so many of them killed by the Nazis or displaced because of them. so to honor them, the city of Vienna set up the Jewish Museum in the Old Town District, one of its most fascinating neighborhoods. Here, you can see the relics of the community before the war, as well as what many of the conflict's casualties left behind. Seeing them, even though a virtual tour (which the museum offers) is truly heartbreaking! 

Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Vienna

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Ernst Fuchs Museum

Looking like the opulent home of a grand duke, the Ernst Fuchs Museum is one of the most beautiful in the city. And that's not only pertaining to the works of art. The gallery itself is a work of art, a grandiose palace for royalty. When you see the extensive collection of artworks inside, you'll really be convinced that Ernst Fuchs was not just an artist, but a king as well! Fortunately, you can visit his home and all the amazing art pieces inside it online through its virtual tour. It's a digital experience you won't soon forget! 

Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Vienna

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Museum of Applied Arts 

Also known as "The MAK," the Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna is one of the most unique in the city. You'd expect classical art and centuries-old pieces to reign supreme here, right? Well, most of the museums in the Austrian capital do feature a lot of them. But here in 'The MAK,' all you'll are modern works of some of the most prominent contemporary artists in the last few decades. And the experience of seeing them is made even more modern when done through a virtual tour! It's the type of current technology that you probably didn't expect from a city like Vienna! 

Take a Virtual Museum Tour of Vienna

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Vienna has a lot to offer with its many museums alone. but because of the global pandemic, you can't exactly see them in person. So instead, see them virtually! Many of the city's best galleries and exhibition spaces offer online platforms that let you see their collections for artworks and artifacts! 

 

Only when the pandemic is over will you be able to visit Austria yourself. When that happens, get a luxury rental for your home here! 

 



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