:

Visitor Information

MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art

Stubenring 5, 1010 Vienna, Austria
T +43 1 711 36-0
F +43 1 713 10 26


Press office
T +43 1 711 36-229


MAK Team

24-hours infoline
T +43 1 712 80 00

Information during opening hours
T +43 1 711 36-248
 

Admission & Prices

€ 9.90

Family Ticket € 13
two adults and at least one minor child

Reduced € 7.50
Students up to 26, groups from 10 persons, seniors from 60 on (with ID), persons in mandatory military or alternative civilian service (with ID), EYCA members (EYCA Youth Card), members of the Verband österreichischer Kunsthistorikerinnen und Kunsthistoriker, BÖKWE members (Berufsverband österreichischer Kunst- und Werkerzieher/innen; with ID), artCard members (with ID), ImPulsTanz members (with ID), Wien Tourismus Vienna Card

Reduced  € 8
Ö1 Club members

Vienna Biennale Pass
12.6. – 24.8.2015
MAK, Kunsthalle Wien, Az W
€ 22 / € 16,50 reduced (for students under 27)

25.8. – 4.10.2015
MAK, Kunsthalle Wien
€ 16 / € 12 reduced (for students under 27)

T-Mobile offer
For all T-Mobile customers 
Discounted Vienna Biennale Pass (€ 16.50)
Ideas for Change app
2 Vienna Biennale tickets for the price of 1 (€ 22)

MAK Annual Ticket >>>
Standard € 40 / Youth € 20 / Family € 55 / Silver € 30

Free Admission
For children and teens up to 19; students of the University of Applied Arts, Vienna; groups of pupils accompanied by teachers; disabled visitors and persons accompanying; the unemployed (AMS-Card); holders of  “Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur-Kulturpass“; MARS members; Friends of the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles; staff and members of the Moravian Gallery, Brno; ICOM members; Museumsbund Austria members (with ID); members of the World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations; Friends of the Association of Fine Arts (with ID); Friends of the SECESSION; on 26 October (Austrian National Day) and on Tuesdays 6–10 p.m.

Attendance fee for guided tours
€ 2 per person, except children under 6

Multimedia Guide Vienna 1900
€ 2

Cloakroom
€ 0.70
 

Guided Tours

MAK TOURS
every Saturday at 11 a.m. a tour through the MAK in German; every Sunday at noon in English.
Attendance fee € 2 per person, except children under 6

MINI MAK
guided tours for children and scavenger hunts, for children 4 years or older, every third Sunday in the month, 11.00 a.m., attendance free for children and pupils,
€ 7.50 for accompanying adults

MINI MAK – Summer and Semester Holiday Game
free admission for children, € 7.50 for accompanying adults

MAK4FAMILY
guided tours for the whole family:
one Saturday per month, 2–5 p.m., admission plus attendance fee € 2 (free for children under 6)

MAK Seniors
every third Wednesday in the month at 3 p.m., followed by further discussion at the restaurant ÖSTERREICHER IM MAK. Total price € 15, advance registration required.

School Classes
guided tours of all exhibitions as well as of the permanent and study collection. Advance registration required, free admission for class and teacher.

Registration
Gabriele Fabiankowitsch, Head of Educational Program and Guided Tours
T +43 1 711 36-298 (Mo–Fr 10 a.m.–4 p.m.),

Calendar >>>
 

Branches

MAK Tower
Gefechtsturm Arenbergpark / Dannebergplatz 6 / Barmherzigengasse, 1030 Vienna
T +43 1 711 36-231

MAK Branch Geymüllerschlössel
Pötzleinsdorferstraße 102, 1180 Vienna
T +43 1 479 31 39

MAK Center for Art and Architecture, L.A.
835 N Kings Road, West Hollywood, CA 90069, USA
T +1 323 651 2340


Josef Hoffmann Museum
A joint branch of the Moravian Gallery  in Brno and the MAK, Vienna
T +420 724 543 722

Opening Hours

Tue 10 a.m.–10 p.m.
Wed–Sun 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Mon closed
Free Admission on
Tuesdays 6–10 p.m.

Open on
6. April 2015 - Easter Monday,
25. May 2015 - Whit Monday,
26. October 2015 - National Day.

Open on 24 and 31 December 2015,
10 a.m.–3 p.m.


Closed on 25 December, 2015
and 1 January, 2016
 

Barrier Free Accessibility

Lift at the entrance at Weiskirchnerstraße 1, wheelchair accessible bathrooms available.
No wheelchair access to the Permanent Collection Contemporary Art ath this time.
 

General

Animals are prohibited in the museum.
 

Filming and Taking Photographs

is permitted for private purposes only. Flash and tripod are not allowed. Filming and taking photographs for commercial purposes requires prior notification and permission. For inquiries please contact .


How to Get There

Public transport
Underground U3 to Stubentor, U4 to Landstraße/Bahnhof Wien Mitte.
Tram 2, busses 1A and 74A to Stubentor.
Suburban Railway (Schnellbahn) S1, S2, S3, S7, and S15 to station Wien Mitte-Landstraße.
With the ÖBB Railway trains to station Wien Mitte-Landstraße.
With the City Airport Train/CAT from and to the airport, station Wien Mitte-Landstraße.

Related

Freier Artikel

:

Discover the MAK

Let yourself be inspired by the diverse variety that the MAK has to offer and make your own personal discoveries!
more »

Freier Artikel

:

Guided Tours

more »

Freier Artikel

:

ÖSTERREICHER IM MAK

Gasthaus.Bar
With ÖSTERREICHER IM MAK, a restaurant concept which is completely new for Austria has been launched in the MAK and local Austrian tradition has been turned into a present-day event. A modern restaurant with a new idea of what a bar is offers Viennese cuisine on the highest level at moderate prices.
more »
 

Random

:

Permanent Collection Renaissance Baroque Rococo

Artistic intervention: Franz Graf
The joint arrangement of precious glasses with valuable needle and bobbin lace in the Renaissance Baroque Rococo Collection on permanent display not only complies with aspects of art history, but also places these delicate materials in a visual-sensuous dialogue with each other that enhances and accentuates their aesthetic effect with striking clarity.
more »
:

CINE ART

Indische Plakatmaler im MAK / Indian Poster Painters at the MAK
Published for the exhibition of the same title (1.12.1999–9.1.2000)
German/English
84 pages, 34 colored illustrations
42 x 26,5 cm, paperback
MAK, Vienna 2001
SHOP »
:
MAK Lecture Series CHANGING ARCHITECTURE

Eric Owen Moss

Too Much is Not Enough
more »
:

Study Collection Seating Furniture

Curator: Sebastian Hackenschmidt
more »