MAK at the Stubenring

The MAK – Museum of Applied Arts is one of the most important museums of its kind worldwide. Founded as the Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry in 1863, today’s museum with its unique collection of applied arts and as a first-class address for contemporary art can boast an incomparable identity. Originally established as an exemplary source collection, today’s MAK Collection continues to stand for an extraordinary union of applied art, design, contemporary art and architecture.
Museum
 
Tue 10 am–9 pm
Wed to Sun 10 am–6 pm
Mon closed
 
Open on public holidays
Reading Room
 
Tue to Sun 10 am–6 pm
Mon + August closed
Open on public holidays
 
Admission is free 
Due to renovation work in the museum, there may currently be noise disturbances. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Regular

€ 15

Reduced

€ 12
Students under 27, persons 65 or older or with a valid pensioner's ID, groups from 10 persons, persons in mandatory military or alternative civilian service, members of the Verband österreichischer Kunsthistoriker*innen, Vienna City Card, Ö1 Club members, Stadt Wien Vorteilsclub Card

Every Tue 6-9 pm

€ 7

Free admission

Children and teens under 19, accompanying persons of school classes, VIENNA PASS, Niederösterreich-Card, people with disabilities (free admission for caregiver when mentioned in their ID), Kulturpass, students of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, MAK Art Society, Friends of the MAK Center for Art and Architecture Los Angeles, ICOM (Fast Lane), Museumsbund Austria (Fast Lane), World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations, IAA, Friends of the SECESSION

MAK Annual Ticket

€ 36

Youth (19-25)

€ 25
MAK Annual Ticket holders can experience 12 months of free admission to the exciting and extensive exhibition program of the MAK and its branches. There is also one free tour each year and a discounts on some MAK events. When visiting the MAK, the Fast Lane can be used.

Bundesmuseencard

€ 59
One-time admission to each of the eight participating museums within a year. More information

Vienna 1900 Combined Ticket

€ 25

Reduced

€ 21
With the “Vienna 1900 combined ticket,” art lovers are able to use a single ticket to visit the outstanding Vienna 1900 and Jugendstil Permanent Collections, as well as the singular special exhibitions of the MAK and the Leopold Museum.

Available at the ticket desks of the MAK and the Leopold Museum.
The whole MAK with one card!
 
MAK Annual Ticket holders can experience 12 months of free admission to the exciting and extensive exhibition program of the MAK and its branches. There is also one free tour each year and a discount on some MAK events.

 

MAK Annual Ticket

€ 36

Youth (19-25)

€ 25
The different versions of the MAK Annual Ticket are all valid for 12 months from the date of issue and available at the MAK Ticket Desk and online.
 

MAK Annual Ticket for Companies

For further information, email marketing@MAK.at or call +43 1 71136-231.

Benefits Annual Ticket Standard

/ Free admission to the MAK and its other locations
/ Free participation in a Guided Tour (Exhibition Tour, Curator-Guided Tour, Expert-Guided Tour, Wednesdays at the MAK) 

Benefits Annual Ticket Youth

/ Free admission to the MAK and its other locations
/ Free participation in a (young)MAK Rave
/ Free participation in a Guided Tour (Exhibition Tour, Curator-Guided Tour, Expert-Guided Tour, Wednesdays at the MAK) 

You just visited the MAK today and want to come back more often? If you buy an annual ticket on the day of your visit, you can do so at a price minus the cost of your day ticket. Available directly from the MAK ticket desk. 
The MAK is centrally located and is easily reached on foot, by bike, or by public transport. In the immediate vicinity you will find a number of different public transport stops. 
Stop Stubentor:
U3, Tram 2

Stop Landstraße/Bahnhof Wien Mitte:
U4, U3, S1, S2, S3, S4 and S7, City Airport Train/CAT

There are plenty of bike stands by the entrance to the MAK. And in an emergency, our porter can help you out with a bicycle repair kit.

Plan your visit in Google Maps.
A central concern of ours is ensuring that the museum is accessible to all visitors. All floors in the MAK main building and the MAK exhibition building, as well as toilets, feature barrier-free accessibility for visitors with disabilities (to include wheelchair-accessible passenger elevators). The MAK Design Shop and the Restaurant Salonplafond im MAK are on the ground floor and accessible via the museum without using steps. Persons accompanying visitors with disabilities have free admission to the museum.

Barrier-free entrance: Stubenring 5 (Main Entrance) 
Barrier-free parking: Weiskirchnerstraße 3 (opposite the Stadtpark) 
Accessible WC: Levels 0 and -1 

The Design Shop for exceptional and practical gifts, publications, design objects, and art editions in Vienna: an exclusively compiled assortment—always up to date with classic and new products from Austrian and international designers.
Tue 10–9 pm
Wed until Sun 10–18 pm

+43 1 71136-228
service@MAKdesignshop.at


Visit the
Online Shop
Salonplafond at the MAK

With a focus on passion, quality, and artisanship, the restaurant offers an all-day concept with everything from quick breakfasts to good drinks accompanied by DJ sets or live music. The high ceiling at the MAK creates an elegant, uncluttered, and sumptuous atmosphere. The team makes guests’ well-being its highest priority. The kitchen pays particular attention to showcasing carefully sourced ingredients with light preparations.


Mon until Sun 10-midnight

+43 1 2260046
willkommen@salonplafond.wien


Book Table

Cloakroom

Free
Lockers € 2 deposit

Backpacks and large bags are not permitted in the museum. Please use the cloakroom or a locker before entering. 

Wifi

Free throughout 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 repro@MAK.at.

Animals

Assistance dogs are welcome to be taken into the MAK, otherwise animals must unfortunately remain outside.