The gallery is built on a narrow peninsula that sticks out into the Danube, about 20 kilometres from downtown near the border crossing to Hungary. Inside, a large, open hall makes up the bulk of the building. A thick ramp leads up to the second floor where lies the gallery's largest exhibition room. Two of the building's nicest features are its towering ceilings and wide open spaces. No one likes to feel crowded in a museum; in this musuem it's an impossibility.