The Leopold Museum is one of several modern art museums in Vienna, three of which are located within spitting distance of each other in the Museumquartier. They include the Kunsthalle Wien and the museum moderner kunst stiftung ludwig (mumok). Of course the whole inner city is a huge museum of palaces, churches, residences, parks, but also lots of commercial activity. It's very much alive and thoroughly enjoyable for the culture tourist. The museum is devoted to Austrian art. Early-twentieth century expressionism is well represented in the Leopold, in particular the works of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. What would Klimt make of the museum shop named after him? You might get some ideas when watching the 2006 film "Klimt" with John Malkovich in the leading role.