I discovered this museum on one of the Vienna tourist maps and, for a self-admitted cartography geek, this was right up my alley. And the cost of 4 euros made it even more appealing.
It's a small museum that tells this history of globe-making and has dozens of terrestrial and celestial globes of varying ages and sizes (from several inches in diameter to nearly four feet in diameter).
It was interesting to see how land masses and countries changed on globes over the centuries as more and more knowledge was gained about the world we live in.
Again, this museum probably isn't for everyone, but it was a great way to spend an hour or so inside on a cold, snowy December afternoon.
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