October 3rd, 2011 by Leo Plaw Other language versions  

2633 Visitors to Phantasten Museum on the Long Night of Museums

On Saturday, the first October 2011 it was the 12th “Long Night of Museums” in Austria. In Vienna alone, over 100 different museums, galleries and other exhibition locations, opened their doors from 6pm to 1am.

The Vienna Phantasten Museum itself welcomed an official 2633 visitors on the “Long Night of Museums” – a record number of visitors to the Vienna museum.

The visitors saw the museum, painted in the Children’s Academy, saw the exhibition of Kurt Welther, the pantomime of Jehan Calvus, listened to Irish music and watched Amanda Sage painting to the music of the Gotthard Fellerer.

The “Long Night of Museums” is a great event for all ages. There is something for every taste and every area of ​​interest. The evening walks through Vienna against the backdrop of the museums and the lively streets make for a memorable evening.

For the team of the Phantasten Museum with so many visitors, it was also a very memorable evening.

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