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For two years, Tiefe Kümmernis has been guiding groups of visitors through the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna in drag. Her tours are extremely popular and usually fully booked in no time at all. She gave us an exclusive tour of her favorite spots in Vienna: the Kaiserbründl men’s sauna, Café Savoy, the Türkis Rosa Lila Villa and many more - all of them hotspots of the LGBT community.
Tiefe Kümmernis loves Vienna: "It's the perfect city for me. There's a lively LGBTIQ scene, although it isn't too wild." She continues: "The scene in Vienna is big enough to be diverse, to allow all sorts of different groups. But it is also small enough to create a sense of community. That's important to me and I like it."
She is already eagerly looking forward to EuroPride 2019: "Most of all, I can't wait to meet the many guests who will be coming to Vienna for EuroPride. I find it extremely stimulating meeting and getting to know other artists and performers from around the world. Despite all the differences, we all have one thing in common: Our enthusiasm for the LGBTIQ+ community."
Wheelchair rental possible (please reserve one day in advance).
Guided tours for visitors with special needs as well as tactile tours for the blind and visually impaired on request (Tel. +43 1 525 24-5202). Three masterpieces of the Renaissance collection of the painting gallery, selected objects of the Kunstkammer, the Egyptian-Oriental collection and the collection of antiquities are available to the blind and visually impaired as castings for touching. A brochure with image descriptions of this in Braille is available. The Kunsthistorisches Museum offers workshops for people with dementia (Tel. +41 1 525 24-5202 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wheelchair users who visit the museum via Burgring 5 can purchase their tickets at the shop in the lobby.
The museum is a place of encounter and sensory perception and offers plenty of opportunity to stimulate vistors and motivate them to interact with one another by looking at art together and then getting creative themselves.
Induction loop available at the audio guide stand.