Make your way to the Joanneum Quarter, where the three most significant museum sites share a historical complex linked by an underground visitors’ center. Explore the museums in any order, with plenty of time to see the exhibits that interest you most.
In the Neue Galerie, find artwork that highlights 19th century Austrian and German masterpieces and contemporary work from around the world. Next door in BRUSEUM, gallery space is entirely dedicated to the world of Styrian artist Günter Brus, while the Natural History Museum combines contributions from all the Universalmuseum Joanneum’s scientific departments: botany, geology, paleontology, mineralogy, and zoology are all represented.
At a time that suits your schedule, visit the onsite café, OHO!, for breakfast with a hot drink, or lunch with a soft drink.
Continue exploring the Universalmuseum Joanneum at your own pace for 48-hours, visiting museum sites that include: Landeszeughaus, the Styrian armoury; the Kunsthaus Graz art museum; Museum im Palais; Schoss Eggenberg’s baroque art collection; folk life and folk art at Volkskundemuseum; the outdoor Österreichischer Skulpturenpark; Schloss Trautenfels in Liezen; the agriculture museum at Schloss Stainz; Römermuseum Flavia Solva archeological site; Rosegger-Geburtshaus; and Rosegger-Museum.