The MAK offers a diverse program of guided tours and educational activities for adults, small children, and young adults.
Collection curators, exhibition curators, and art educators lead visitors through the Permanent Collection, temporary exhibitions,
and the various branches of the MAK.
Tours of the MAKTours of the MAK covering the highlights of the Permanent Collection take place every Saturday at 11 a.m. (German) and every
Sunday at 12 noon (English).
Temporary exhibitionsThe educational program for temporary exhibitions includes a non-stop information service and short guided tours on Saturday
afternoons, as well as guided tours in the afternoon on Saturdays and Sundays afternoons. For details, please see the respective
exhibition pages on our website or consult the>> Calendar of events
MAK Curator-/Expert-Guided ToursOn certain days, we offer guided tours with MAK curators or experts through current exhibitions. For details, please consult
the>> Calendar of events
MAK Design KidsWorkshops for everyone aged 8 and over:every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, 24 p.m.Participation fee: 7.50
MAK4FAMILYGuided tours for the whole family:every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, 24 p.m.Attendance fee: 2 per person (free for children under 6)
MAK SeniorsEvery third Wednesday of the month at 3 p.m.Tours of current exhibitions or focused on specific themes of the collection are finished off followed by additional discusson
in the Salonplafond restaurant at the MAK.Total price 15. Please register in advance.
Themed Tours at the MAK BranchesFrom May to November, walks and themed tours through the MAK Branch Geymüllerschlössel branch take place every Sunday.Due to repair work the MAK Tower (formerly the MAK Contemporary Art Depot at the Arenbergpark) ist closed until further notice.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Special and Group ToursThe MAK also offers custom-tailored special and group tours, which can be scheduled to suit your needs!Both the content and length of such tours can be adapted to your preferences, and special tours can be held in German or in
English (further languages available on request).
Webspace for Schools and Studentswww.mak-apply.atContact:Gabriele Fabiankowitsch, Head of the MAK Educational Program and Guided ToursT +43 1 711 36-298
11 a.m. Tour of the MAK (in German)
2 p.m. JOSEF FRANK: Against Design (till 12 June 2016)
3 p.m. STEFAN SAGMEISTER: The Happy Show (till 26 March
4 p.m. Tour of the MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900 (in German)
12 noon Tour of the MAK (in English)
3 p.m. JOSEF FRANK: Against Design (till
12 June 2016)
4 p.m. Tour of the MAK Permanent Collection
Vienna 1900 (in German)
6 p.m. Tour of the MAK / STEFAN SAGMEISTER:
The Happy Show (in German) (till 22 March 2016)
No prior registration is required to take part in the regularly held tours at the MAK and its branches.
Attendance fee for all guided tours: 2 per person, except children up to 6