Museum Quartier (MQ) is one of the top ten cultural regions in the world, which opened to the public in 2001. It is situated on the edge of the old city, with a total area of 60,000 square meters. It is the Royal stables of the year. Now there are all kinds of cultural facilities, restaurants, cafes and shops everywhere. Baroque architecture and modern architecture are scattered, forming a super-modern architectural style. The outdoor chairs in the courtyard of the museum area are also a feature, which can make visitors feel relaxed. In 2002, the Viennese Architecture Group (PPAG) was commissioned by the Vienna Museum Area to design the interior courtyard. Enzis, an outdoor chair, came into being as the times require. Enzis comes from the authorized Daniela Enzi. From 2003 to 2010, Enzis changed its color every year. It was decided by online voting. From yellow green to pink, it was possible. In summer, they are placed in courtyards in various shapes, sometimes in circles, sometimes in pairs, sometimes in spiral shapes. During the day it is a comfortable large reclining chair, and at night it may be put up as a walking show T-desk. In winter, it can be fixed into a building, where various activities are held. However, in mid-November 2009, ENZOS replaced ENZIS as a result of a fire in the module building of short circuit circuit. The color of ENZOS did not change every year, but was fixed in five colors. Enzos is the second generation design of Enzis. Today is the third generation of Enzis design, launched in the summer of 2013, known as MQ furniture. Refer to the official website for details: Enzis in the Museum Quartier: https://www.wien.info/en/sightseeing/architecture-design/enzi-enzo-mq
Vienna Museum Area is a very fashionable area. Many young people gather here. There are many exhibitions and activities. We must go to play!
There are many museums in Vienna, among which the museum area on the edge of the old city is very famous. It is loved by Viennese people and receives an average of 2.5 million visitors every year. Unfortunately, when I got there, it was closed. I like the environment around the museum very much. I like the local people's feeling of free and easy.
I had an overnight layover in Vienna and only had time to check out the MuseumsQuartier. I loved it. Very live for a Tuesday night - there's lots of outdoor restaurants and young people hanging out. There was a group of people on one of the building steps playing guitar and singing. The place is open until midnight I think every night - not the museums themselves but the restaurants and bars around. Cool place to chill and enjoy a drink outside.
There are many museums in this place. It's a good place to visit. There are many resting places in the square, all of them are people.
A lot of really good museums located around this area - easily accessible by subway. Even if you don't go into the museums, the buildings are stunning enough. There is also a very cool old school photo booth hidden in one of the buildings! I was here over Christmas once and this place really comes alive - gluhwein (mulled wine) stands and food stalls, really nice vibes!
The MuseumsQuartier has to be one of the most well-organized and maintained collection of museums, museum shops, and location information that I have ever seen. You can conveniently purchase tickets for all related museums, visit them within extremely short walks, buy souvenirs (including the AWESOME Christmas ornaments seen in my photo) and arrange tours.