The Art Nouveau pavilion was erected in 1898, during the construction of the Stadtbahn, Vienna's light urban railway. Otto Wagner planned two portal buildings of identical design. Today, the Wien Museum uses the western pavilion, from where trains once departed for Hütteldorf. Fresh life was breathed into this jewel of Art Nouveau in summer 2005. Since then, a permanent exhibition documenting the life and work of the great Austrian architect can be seen in the Otto Wagner Pavilion on Karlsplatz.
1040 Vienna, Karlsplatz
April to October:
Tuesday to Sunday and public holidays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed: 1 May and all public holidays on a Monday
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