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Graz Art Museum

Kunsthaus Graz

A must see: this museum is an icon of contemporary architecture and its exhibitions are intriguing to the same extent.

Lendkai 1, 8020 Graz, Austria

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Kunsthaus in Graz, Austria;… ©  Marion Schneider & Christoph Aistleitner

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Attractions near to Graz Art Museum

  • Graz Old Town

    The old town is made up of unique mixture of styles, marked by the presence of Habsburgs. Charming streets and impressive buildings.

  • Schlossberg

    Formerly a majestic fortress that was crushed down by Napoleon. Only two towers have remained. Landmark of the city.

  • Eggenberg Chateau

    Lavish residence listed by UNESCO. Interior richly decorated with luxurious goods and embellishments. A must see.

  • Mur Island

    Artificial island created to celebrate Graz being the European Capital of Culture in 2003. The gauzy structure holds café and amphitheatre.

  • Cathedral of Graz

    Splendid Gothic cathedral that used to be covered in frescoes. Luckily, some of them have remained and are there for you to see.

  • Carillon

    Centrepiece of the square. At 11 am, 3pm and 6pm, stop by to see three different melodies and a couple of statues dancing to them.

  • Burg

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  • Joanneum

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  • Styrian Armoury

    An amazing arsenal collection of more than 32,000 weapons and military equipment stocked up on five floors.

  • Painted House

    This municipal house is really worth your attention. Its walls are covered in Baroque frescoes depicting Greco-Roman mythology.

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