The tour takes place exclusively in German.
The famous baroque architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach designed today’s MQ as imperial court stables for about 600 horses and 200 carriages. On the occasion of the 300th commemoration day, the guided tour opens up a new view of the former stables. Starting with the magnificent building plans, the focus is on questions about the use and development of the area.
The tour takes place every 1st Saturday of the month at 16h:
Sat 07.10., 16h
Sat 04.11., 16h
Sat 02.12., 16h
Sat 06.01., 16h
Sat 03.02., 16h
Sat 02.03., 16h
Sat 06.04., 16h
Thu 20.07., 16.30h (birthday of Fischer von Erlach)
Meeting point in front of the MQ Point at the main entrance of the MuseumsQuartier Wien.
The ticket entitles the holder to participate once in the selected tour.
All ticket purchases are fixed purchases and tickets cannot be returned.
Product image: Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, Prospect of the large new Kaysl. Stable before 600 horses, which anjezo im bau begriffenist. 1721, Austrian National Library