The shortest museum visit in the world

Lengthy museum visits are not for everyone. Well, in Vienna you can make the shortest museum visit in the world. It lasts less than one minute and admission costs a maximum of EUR 2.40. It’s no coincidence that’s the same price as a ticket for the subway... Visitors here see modern art and street art zooming by in the most literal sense of the word. The name of Vienna’s legendary champion of refugees, Ute Bock, plays a central role here too. Start at Schottenring or Schwedenplatz – whichever direction you want to go. The motto is: keep your eyes open and watch carefully. Right there, where the Danube Canal runs parallel to the green U4 subway line. Make sure you’re ready, because this museum visit finishes quicker than you expect.

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Schottenring / Schwedenplatz

U4 subway station

1010 Vienna

Mo-Fr 04:52-00:10, Sa-Su and holidays 00:19-00:12 (24 hours)


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