Furnished with original furniture from the first half of the 19th century, the Geymüllerschlössel joins its park, in which contemporary artistic stances are presented, to form an ensemble in which nature and art, as well as historical and contemporary artistic stances, enter into dialog with one another: in 1997, Hubert Schmalix’ sculpture Der Vater weist dem Kind den Weg [The Father Shows the Way to His Child] (1996) was set up in the Geymüllerschlössel’s park, and autumn 2004 saw the permanent addition of the skyspace work The other Horizon (1998/2004) by American artist James Turrell.
Season 2019: 5 May until 1 December
Sunday, 11 a.m.–6 p.m.
One-time free entry to the Geymüllerschlössel with a MAK ticket during the 2019 season
€ 12 / reduced € 10
The ticket entitles the holder to one free entry to the MAK.
Free admission for children and teens under 19
Free entry to the park and to James Turrell’s skyspac
Guided ToursDuring the period between 5 May and 1 December 2019, guided tours offer insights into diverse aspects of Biedermeier life every Sunday at 3 p.m. No registration is necessary. Fee for guided tour: € 3,50
Upon request, special tours can also be scheduled outside of opening hours both for individuals and for groups. Information on special tours is available by contacting T +43 1 711 36-298 or education@MAK.at.
How to Get There
Pötzleinsdorferstraße 102, 1180 Vienna
Tram line 41 Schottentor to Pötzleinsdorf, then bus line 41A to Khevenhüllerstraße (one stop)
Parking lot, There is no wheelchair access to the building at this time.