Albertina Vienna: Museum in the City Center
The world’s largest print collection
Albertina Vienna is one of the most important museums in Austria. The Albertina houses the largest print collection in the world.
Vienna is called as a city for art and culture, so this impressive collection consists of 65,000 pictures and more than a million prints. The name of the museum comes from the founder Albert Kasimir von Sachsen-Teschen.
Albertina Vienna: from late gothic to the present
In the Albertina Vienna you can view works from da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raffael, Rubens, Kokoschka, Rembrandt, Dürer, Klimt or Schiele. Other than these, many other big exhibitions are organized there, like the Vincent van Gogh exhibit in 2008. The Albertina Vienna houses three significant art collections, some of which are available for public viewing.
- The print collection consists of pictures, water colors, sketch books and graphical print pieces. A large portion of the art pieces are hung in various other galleries.
- The architecture collection consists of more than 40,000 architecture designs, plans and replicas.
- More than as 50,000 photographs, cameras and collection items are a part of the entire photo collection of the Albertina Vienna.
Your holiday hotel near the Albertina
The Albertina Vienna is right in the middle of the First District of Vienna and is 15 minutes from the Museumsquartier and 10 minutes from the Hotel Capri. Book your rooms in the central, privately-owned Hotel Capri near the Albertina Vienna: send your non-binding request today.