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Vienna Media News 08/2018 A taste of the arts in the evening


With many of the city’s museums open until 9pm, Thursday is a great day for culture vultures. Participating venues include the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien and the Leopold Museum, mumok – museum of modern art ludwig foundation vienna and Kunsthalle Wien in the MuseumsQuartier. Others on the list are the Künstlerhaus (temporarily in the fifth district while refurbishments are completed at its usual location), the Austrian National Library, the Literature Museum, the Esperanto Museum, the Globe Museum, the Papyrus Museum and the WestLicht – Center for Photography. The Dom Museum Wien keeps its doors open until 8pm on Thursdays.

Friday is another good time for a late museum trip, when culture fans have until 9pm to explore the works on show at the Albertina, Belvedere, Weltmuseum Wien, Belvedere 21 (the former 21er Haus) and Bank Austria Kunstforum. The MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art  does not close until 10pm on Tuesdays, while on Wednesdays the Albertina, Belvedere 21 and Museum of Natural History all stay open until 9pm.

In the old town, the musical voyages of discovery at the House of Music go on until 10pm daily. At the Museum of Illusions, open until 9pm seven days a week, visitors can explore its holograms, stereograms and optical illusions long into the evening.

The gourmet evenings at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna every Thursday combine fine food with an equally impressive cultural spread. Dinner at the restaurant in the stunning domed hall is served from 6.30pm to 10pm. Directly opposite, the Museum of Natural History has its own variation on the theme with its dinner and culture programme starting at 7pm on Wednesdays. Between October and March dinner guests can look forward to mussels, fresh fish and other seafood. In April, May and June it is asparagus season. Meals include appetisers and a dessert buffet. Art and culture is also on the menu at the Belvedere. Tours of the temporary exhibition and the highlights of the permanent collection are supplemented with sweet and savoury treats. Not to be left out, Schönbrunn Palace also offers visitors a unique dining experience. The Evening at Schönbrunn package includes a tour of the palace, dinner at Café-Restaurant Residenz and a concert.

Contact:

Vienna Tourist Board
Helena Hartlauer
Media Relations UK, USA, Canada, Australia
Tel. (+ 43 1) 211 14-364

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