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It is not easy to get there, this small palace is far away from the city centre. If you have no car with you, best to take a taxi. Inside you can see a lot of Biedermeier furniture, clocks, pictures, etc. Outside is a nice...More
Don't go there! Everything is in complete darkness, windows are closed and you can only guess that this dimply lit object must be a bed or a table...
Extremely rude manager who refused to lit the electricity or to open the windows.
Do not believe...More
The Geymullerschlossel museum left me with a special memory of Vienna when I visited in May 2006. I was allowed to hold a drawer from an 1840 desk.
The Geymullerschlossel has been by appointment only up until now, but from May to November 2006 is...More
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The 18th district is the most inconspicuous of the listed neighbourhoods. Where else can you still watch card players at a Viennese coffeehouse, or listen to authentic Viennese folk songs with a local audience? Like most respected Viennese neighborhoods, Währing has its own street market, Kutschkermarkt, where you can best feel its pulse. One of Währing’s loveliest outdoor destinations is the small garden palace and
museum Geymüllerschlössel. The exquisite 19th century interior is spiced up by contemporary art installations curated by the Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art (MAK).