One museum – two spectacular locations. An experience for art as well as lovers of Austrian cuisine with spectacular views of the Baroque city of Salzburg.
A mecca for art & culinary - the MdM Salzburg, Austria
The Museum der Moderne Salzburg (MdM) is a top destination for art lovers as well as devotees of Austrian cuisine. The MdM is, in fact, two museums: the MdM Mönchsberg and the MdM Rupertinum. Perched atop an exposed ridge, the MdM Mönchsberg offers spectacular views of the old Baroque city of Salzburg
. Devoted to contemporary art, this institution still gives a nod to Salzburg’s most famous son, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
: A close look at the façade reveals vertical slits depicting an aria from "Don Giovanni."
M32, the museum's restaurant, boasts both unrivaled views and superb dining, all in a marriage of modern elegance and traditional Salzburg style. After your meal, a walkway connects you to the sister museum, MdM Rupertinum. Established by the archbishops as a city palace, the MdM Rupertinum lies in the city center, conveniently next to the Festspielhaus and the cathedral.