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The MAK, founded in 1863 under Emperor Franz Joseph I as the Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry, is one of the most grandiose buildings on Vienna’s Ringstraße. Located between the nearby Stadtpark and the University of Applied Arts Vienna, the MAK with its collection of about 900.000 objects and printed works from five centuries ranks among the most important museums of its kind worldwide.
MAK Permanent Collection
The MAK houses Europe’s oldest and largest museum library as well as a unique collection of precious arts and crafts from the fields of furniture, glass, porcelain, silver, and textile dated from the middle ages until today. The spacious exhibition rooms were designed by contemporary artists and present selected highlights of the MAK Collection.
Vienna 1900 - Paving the way for modernity
Referred to as Art Nouveau and Secessionism, design and arts and crafts from this cultural epoch, which long ago became the stuff of legend, take an outstanding position. The extensive MAK Permanent Collection Vienna 1900 is entirely dedicated to the development of Viennese arts and crafts between 1890 and 1938, tells the story of the search for and development of a unique Viennese style, and sheds light on the sociopolitical aspects relevant to Viennese Modernism.
Wiener Werkstätte
Founded in 1903, the Wiener Werkstätte defined the style of the era of Vienna around 1900 and left a lasting mark on the history of design. The MAK not only houses its extensive archive but also the largest museum collection of objects of the Wiener Werkstätte in the world.
Hoffmann. Wagner. Moser. Loos.
Masterpieces and icons of design by Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser are just as much part of the Permanent Collection Vienna 1900 composed of more than 500 objects as trendsetting furniture design by Otto Wagner and Adolf Loos.
Gustav Klimt - Stoclet Frieze Cartoons
The Stoclet Frieze is one of the masterpieces of art around 1900 and one of Gustav Klimt’s most important works. Created for the Palais Stoclet in Brussels as a Gesamtkunstwerk (total work of art), the cartoon existing of nine parts was realized using gold leaf, silver leaf, and platinum leaf, and numerous handwritten notes were added by Klimt.
MAK Design Lab
At the MAK Design Lab historical objects from the collection and contemporary productions enter into an intensive dialogue and make the potential and the transformation of design throughout different epochs tangible.
Temporary Exhibitions
In the MAK’s main exhibition halls temporary exhibitions from the fields of art, design, and architecture regularly take place on two floors.
MAK Geymüllerschlössel
The Geymüllerschlössel in Pötzleinsdorf is one of the few places in Austria offering an authentically original look at the decorative art of Biedermeier. From May to December the architectural gem on the outskirts of Vienna invites visitors to explore the world of the 19th century. Open every Sat and Sun 10 am to 6 pm as well as on appointment. 


Adults € 16,50 (on site) / € 15,50 (online)
Reduced € 13,50 (on site) / € 12,50 (online)
Groups 10 persons or more € 13,50
Free admission for children and teens under 19
Every Tuesday 6–9 pm € 8 (on site) / € 7,50 (online)

Special Conditions

We are happy to offer special conditions and voucher agreements for touristic partners. If you are interested in a cooperation, please contact us:
T +43 1 71136-218

Group Visit

with Guided Tour

The MAK offers a diverse program of guided tours and educational programs where the highlights of the collection are presented.
Book Tour

Group Visit

with an external Guide

Certified Vienna tour guides are authorized to conduct tours in the MAK and receive free admission. 
No accreditation is necessary. Group Registration at


MAK Guide digital

Explore the MAK with the new digital MAK Guide (German/English). 
MAK Guide


Boarding and alighting point directly at the MAK (entrance Weiskirchnerstraße)
Further information for bus drivers:

Adress, How to get there

Stubenring 5, 1010 Vienna
Underground U3 to Stubentor, U4 to Landstraße/Bahnhof Wien Mitte
Tram 2, busses 3A and 74A to Stubentor





Restaurant Salonplafond

The restaurant Salonplafond im MAK offers a modern interpretation of a traditional Viennese restaurant with historical furniture by Oswald Haerdtl and textiles by Josef Frank. 

+43 1 2260046
Reserve Table


Helmut Lenhardt
Sales Manager Tourismus
T +43 1 711 36-218