Leopold Museum

The Leopold Museum is housed in Vienna’s Museumquartier and houses the largest collection of Modern art in the city. If you’re not a budding artist or a culture vulture, the museum also boasts a panoramic window with fabulous views of the city.


Around 5,000 exhibits are on display here, all of which have been collected over the past five decades and have a collective value of around half a billion euros. Works featured include early 20th-century art from Egon Schiele, Richard Gerstl and Oskar Kokoschka.

Getting Here

The museum is easily accessible by underground or bus. Take the U2 underground and alight at MuseumsQuartier or the U3 and alight at Volkstheatre. By bus take the hop-on-hop-off red line and alight at Mariahilferstrabe.