If you have already been to Vienna you may have visited the famous Schloss Schönbrunn or the Stephansdom. You may have enjoyed a glass of delicious Austrian wine in one of the countless Heurigen, the original Austrian rustic version of a pub; or you may even have savoured a piece of luscious Sacher-Torte in the traditional Café Demel. Yet Vienna has so much more to offer. The MuseumsQuartier Wien is proof of that. “As one of the largest art and culture complexes worldwide, the Museums-Quartier accommodates a variety of almost 60 cultural attractions under its roof, among them the museums introduced below,” explains Dr. Christian Strasser, director of the MuseumsQuartier. Contemporary architecture and buildings from the 18th and 19th century form a perfect synthesis of the old and new; thereby creating a welcoming mixture of cultural space, rest areas, quaint cafés and spacious courts.