Liechtenstein has no museums or places like that, but Europe is a real mecca for paintings, with so many paintings from the past, and this small country has some excellent works, and the galleries are surprisingly large, larger than the government agencies.
The most important artistic pavilion in the Principality of Liechtenstein, although naturally not comparable to the art exhibits of powerful countries, as a European art museum, there are still many good, high-quality paintings and contemporary art.
The Liechtenstein Art Museum is diagonally across the road from the Postal Museum. It is a black cube building with a very eye-catching appearance and texture. The museum houses modern and contemporary artworks in Vaduz and around the world, as well as some artworks collected by the Liechtenstein royal family.
Liechtenstein, a very small country, has an area of about 130 square kilometers and a population of less than 40,000. Liechtenstein is adjacent to Switzerland and Austria and is the fourth smallest country in the world. Although the museum is not too big, it is worth visiting.
The National Museum of Liechtenstein is right next to the visitor center. Although it is not very large for a national museum, it is not small considering the area of Liechtenstein. Since I couldn't find a place for self-service luggage storage of suitable size around, I communicated with the staff here and helped me put my luggage at the front desk for free. The service staff here are very friendly. As for the collection, although it is not particularly rich, it is indeed worth a visit, and there are specimens of wild animals in the territory. For those who do not want to spend a lot of time reading English annotations, they can also visit easily. The Swiss pass can be visited for free.