Vienna Weekend Guide


FUN FOR ALL:  Rathaus facade is illuminated again to flank Vienna’s Ice Fairyland.  There is  free ice skating area for kids and beginners. The Wiener Eisroum is open daily from 25.01.2017 – incl. 12.03.2017 from 09:00 – 22:00h


ART: Albertina Museum opened their new exhibit Poussin to David-French Drawings at Albertina. Whether poetic love stories or mythological epics, whether atmospheric portrait studies or picturesque ruins—today, the masterpieces of French Baroque art are more enthralling than ever.
70 major works selected from the Albertina’s rich holdings of drawings sweep visitors into the dreamy and multi-layered cosmos of French art from the Baroque and Rococo periods: the works on display include Nicolas Poussin’s breath-taking free landscape studies as well as Claude Lorrain’s light-drenched depictions of nature, and playful masterpieces by François Boucher and Jean-Honoré Fragonard likewise assume their rightful places here, as do the lovely scenes of Jean-Baptiste Greuze. The crowning conclusion of this showing, which reflects two centuries of French art, is provided by the imposing creations of Jacques Louis David.

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MUSIC: Falco Week- As we are getting closer to what would have been his 60th birthday,  The Red Bull Music Academy dedicates four days of festivities to celebrate the life and music legacy of Vienna’s original pop superstar Falco. A series of lectures and concerts will be held in numerous Viennese venues. To see the full program please check here


CRAFTY: Master class on Traditional Teapot Techniques, Saturday, 28th of January, 1 PM3 PM
The focus is on traditional teapot techniques and looking at teapots from many cultures including the teapots made by contemporary potters. Participants will create a teapot of their choice given a basic form to manipulate and enhance to make a personal statement about teapots.
Teapots have been a tradition of many cultures throughout the world. Yet no culture has embraced the art of tea drinking like China where it all began. Typical of the traditions of one culture the art of tea spread from Japan to England, to India and all of Asian cultures.
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CULTURE: On the 29th of January, the Mozarthaus Vienna will open its doors and allow visitors to explore the museum free of charge: whether with “Mozarts Bastel-Werkstatt” for children or guided tours through the museum and the new special exhibition “Mozart and its Viennese networks. A cross-section “- young and old from all over the world are welcome to dive into Mozart’s world!

Guided tours to permanent and temporary exhibitions:
11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm and 5 pm
“Mozart’s Workshop” for children:
11am – 1pm and 3 pm – 5 pm


EVENTS: On January 29, at Santa Croce (an amazing space of XIII century old Catacomb system under the first district) you will find yourself in another dimension, on the border between classical music and night club space. The Vienna Ensamble will perform a  one-hour live show with minimalistic music, visual and sound effects.

Address: Schönlaterngasse 5, 1010 Wien

Time: 10 pm

Entrance: 10 euro





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