We enjoyed our visit to the Kunsthaus ("Art House"). Our daughter is in the process of creating one herself with recycled materials, and has gotten us hooked in visiting various "outsider art" type homes and constructions.
The museum was colorful and interesting, the art a little "out there", but the Japanese block prints were jaw dropping. They practically leapt off the walls.
The museum's Tian cafe food was delicious, the setting nice, and the prices were reasonable.
We walked down the street to visit the Hundertwasser Haus, an apartment/shops block designed by the same artist. Dreadful experience. Would not recommend that part to anyone. Biggest tourist trap we've seen in a loooong time.
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