Named after one of Europe's oldest noble families, Palais Liechtenstein is home to a vast, private art collection that spans six centuries. The Princely Collections contains priceless sculptures, paintings, porcelain, and furniture and is considered to be one of the world's most significant. Masterpieces by Raphael, Van Dyck, Rubens, and others can be found here, as well as one of the museum's most notable items — the Badminton Cabinet — which currently reigns as the most valuable piece of furniture in the world. The gilded French state coach is yet another highlight of the Liechtenstein and remains one of the museum's top draws.
Classical concerts in the grand Hercules Hall are a Sunday afternoon event at the Liechtenstein. Thirty euros will get you into the museum, admission to a concert, and lunch.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Handicapped Accessible
- Kids' Programs
- Self-Guided Tours
- Thursday - Closed
- Wednesday - Closed