Especially if you're a fan of graphic art, you must make time for this museum.
Fruit of an art collector's passion.
In 1760, Albert of Saxony married his cousin Maria Christina of Habsburg, and became a passionate collector of art. After the end of Habsburg rule, his former palace behind the the Vienna Opera became a museum named after him, whose centrepiece is perhaps the world's foremost collection of graphic art. The heart of the museum remains Albert's original collection, so there is a definite Renaissance and Gothic flavour in evidence here, but curators have also expanded the repertoire to include Impressionists, Pop Art, and other more modern fare such as Matisse, Warhol, and Baselitz.