Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum
A beautiful jewish museum located in a place where a well-known Jewish community was settled for more than 250 years. The museum was founded in 1972 as the first Jewish museum in Austria after 1945.During a visit you can not only see the oldest synagogue in Austria preserved in its original function and the museum collections , but also get an impression of the old 'Jewish houses' and the two Jewish cemeteries .
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0.04km from Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum
The Landesmuseum Burgenland in Eisenstadt shows the development of Burgenland in the Pannonian region. Its sub-areas include, on the one hand, natural history such as geology and biology of the country and, on the other hand, the impact of humans with archeology, art, culture, folklore, economic and contemporary history.
0.21km from Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum
Esterházy Palace in Eisenstadt is one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in Austria and presents a fascinating view of the resplendent life once lived at the court of the Princes Esterházy. The architectural history of the building involves a transition from an actual medieval castle, built for defense, to a palace meant for comfort and ostentatious display.
0.32km from Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum
The Leopoldinentempel is in the eastern part of the park of Esterházy Palace in Eisenstadt .It was built between 1818 and 1819 on a pond above a cave and cascade system formed from boulders. The round temple has a flat dome and is surrounded by 19 columns with palmette capitals. The interior has a painted coffered ceiling above a console cornice. Here on a pedestal is a copy of the statue "Principessa Leopoldina Esterházy" by the sculptor Antonio Canova.
0.43km from Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum
The Eisenstadt Castle Park is a lavishly designed landscape garden from the 19th century that is well worth seeing. It covers an area of almost 50 hectares, which extends from the northern edge of the city to Bergstrasse and far up the Leithaberg. The park is structured by four ponds and overgrown with numerous exotic plants, densely wooded areas and a chestnut avenue whose strictly geometric shape can be recognized as a fragment of an old rococo garden.
0.48km from Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum
Situated in a house dating from the early 18th century, this museum dedicated to Haydn was where the great composer lived from 1766 to 1778. Probably one for Haydn fans only, the collection offers an insight into his private life and has reconstructed rooms with furniture from the era. Original portraits cover the walls, and there are some rare exhibits such as a fortepiano that was made in Eisenstadt.
0.83km from Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum
The Landesgalerie Burgenland, is a venue for modern and contemporary art in all its forms: fine arts, plastic and sculpture, installations and media art. Changing exhibitions - work shows of individual artists, themed exhibitions and collaborative exhibitions with other, also international institutions - contribute to the diversity in the Landesgalerie Burgenland.
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Burgenland is the easternmost and least populous state of Austria. It consists of two statutory cities and seven rural districts. With 300 days of sunshine and a wide range of excursion destinations, Burgenland offers exciting experiences for the whole family. UNESCO World Heritage site Lake Neusiedl, castles, palaces, museums and impressive natural landscapes are just waiting to be discovered.