Especially for geography nerds and folks who like to say they've been to a museum that's unique in the world.
A spin around a most unusual museum.
Let's face it, the Globenmuseum is hardly an absolute must on a visit to Vienna. But if you've got a nerdy streak, or are just curious about a museum that's unique in the world, it also happens to be conveniently located in the lovely, fascinating, and visitworthy Austrian National Library. This gallery displays more than 600 globes amid its planetary and celestial exhibitions and information - some of these true works of art dating back as far as the 16th century, part of the artistic patrimony of the Habsburg dynasty. In addition to the library and globe exhibitions, the very interesting Museum of Papyrus is also here on the premises. Quite the trifecta!