Although most of Vienna's royalty and aristocracy revolved around the Habsburgs, another noble family belonging to the House of Liechtenstein were also an influence in the city's history.
Today, the Liechtenstein Museum houses the Princely Collections - a display of art and relics spanning over 500 years. This museum includes masterworks from Rubens, Rembrandt, van Dyck and Hamilton among it's archives.
In addition, exhibits including porcelain, bronzes and weaponry from hundreds of years ago can be admired here. One of the highlights of a tour are the French coaches that have been beautifully preserved.
Near the museum is one of Vienna's numerous city parks, the Liechtenstein Park. Created in 1711, the park is still actually privately owned, however parts of it can still be enjoyed by the public.
The Liechtenstein Museum is located slightly outside the very center of Vienna, although is still very easy to reach with public transport.
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