Barrier-free access


Reduced charge for disabled persons:

  • Wien Museum Karlsplatz: € 7
  • Hermesvilla, Römermuseum and Uhrenmuseum: € 5
  • All other locations: € 4

Visitors under 19 years of age - FREE ENTRY
First Sunday of every month (all visitors) - FREE ENTRY

Guide and assistance dogs:
Guide and assistance dogs may be taken with visitors into the Wien Museum Karlsplatz as well as all other locations, the exception being Wien Museum Hermesvilla in the Lainzer Tiergarten.
Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

 

WIEN MUSEUM KARLSPLATZ

1040 Vienna, Karlsplatz 8

Access for People with Disabilities:
The main entrance to the Museum is accessible without steps by means of a ramp. (Two double-sided doors, width: 179 cm)

Parking facilities:
Directly behind the Museum (Maderstrasse) there is a parking lot for disabled persons, and a level entrance to the Museum.

Toilets:
A wheelchair-accessible toilet can be found on the ground floor.

Exhibition areas:
There are lifts to the Museum’s exhibition areas and galleries which are all easily accessible for wheelchairs. A wheelchair is available for use if needed. Seating is provided in all exhibition areas.

Finding your way:
Braille script is provided in the lift.
A large-print version of the general map is available at the information desk.

Café/Shop:
The café is easily accessible via a ramp. The Museum shop can be reached without any impediments.

Guided tours:
Guided tours through the permanent exhibition for the blind and partially-sighted are available on request.
Registration under:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85180

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

HERMESVILLA

1130 Vienna, Lainzer Tiergarten

Access for People with Disabilities:
The Hermesvilla is located within the Lainzer Tiergarten, a protected area of natural beauty. (Biosphere Park Wienerwald www.bpww.at) For this reason, entering and so accessing by car the Hermesvilla is not permissible; even cycling is prohibited in the Lainzer Tiergarten. 

Toilets:
A wheelchair-accessible toilet can be found at the restaurant 

Exhibition areas: The ground floor with the special exhibition area can easily be accessed by wheelchair.  For persons with impaired mobility, a wheelchair is on hand for use, and seating is available. Unimpaired access to the remaining exhibition areas on the 1st and 2nd floors cannot be guaranteed due to the lack of a lift.

Restaurant/Shop:
Both the restaurant and the shop area are accessible with the aid of the platform lift.

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

NEIDHART FRESKEN

1010 Vienna, Tuchlauben 19

The exhibition room can be found on the 1st floor and can only be reached via steps. The entrance to the exhibition area is very narrow (66 cm).

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

OTTO WAGNER
HOFPAVILLON HIETZING

1130 Vienna, Schönbrunner Schlossstraße

Access for People with Disabilities:
Two steps lead up to the pavilion entrance, the exhibition area is level and suitable for wheelchairs.
Double swing door, 156 cm wide when fully opened

Parking space:
There is no parking space for persons with disabilities next to the pavilion. The nearest public parking space is in front of the Hietzing parish church (Am Platz).

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

OTTO WAGNER
PAVILLON KARLSPLATZ

1040 Vienna, Karlsplatz


The Pavillon is accessible via three steps, while the exhibition area itself is easily accessible for wheelchairs.

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

PRATERMUSEUM

1020 Vienna, Oswald-Thomas-Platz 1, (Planetarium, by the Giant Wheel)

Access for People with Disabilities:
There is level access to the Museum.

Parking facilities:
Two parking spaces for disabled persons can be found close by the Pratermuseum, on the Strasse des 1. Mai. There is a level entrance to the Pratermuseum from there.

Toilets:
Two wheelchair-accessible toilets can be found in the entrance area.

Exhibition area:
The largest part of the exhibition is on the ground floor and easily accessible by wheelchair. The gallery, however, can only be reached via stairs.

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

RÖMERMUSEUM

1010 Vienna, Hoher Markt 3

Access for People with Disabilities:
The main entrance to the Museum requires no use of stairs or steps.

Parking facilities:
Directly beside the Museum there is no parking for disabled persons; however, the following streets nearby offer parking space: Bauernmarkt 9, Salvatorgasse 7.

Toilets:
A wheelchair-accessible toilet can be found on the ground floor.

Exhibition areas:
The exhibition areas on the ground floor offer only partially unimpaired access, with the rear area being accessible via 8 steps. The excavations below street level are accessible only using a stairway, as is the exhibition area on the first floor. Wheelchair users can make use of a stair-climbing device, with the help of which the exhibition rooms on the first floor and the excavations may be reached. For visitors with impaired mobility, a wheelchair is available for use.

In the Römermuseum there are also hands-on objects for partially-sighted persons.

Shop:
The shopping area at the entrance is easily accessible.

Guided tours on offer:
There is a multimedia guide for the deaf and hard of hearing in sign language.
Guided tours through the permanent exhibition for the blind and partially-sighted are available on request.
Registration under: +43-1-505 87 47-85180

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

UHRENMUSEUM

1010 Vienna, Schulhof 2

Access to the cash till and shop area is via one step; the exhibition rooms are accessible only via stairs.

VIRGILKAPELLE

1010 Vienna, Stephansplatz, U-Bahn (Subway) Station

Access for People with Disabilities:
The Chapel of St. Virgil is accessible for people with disabilities via the the city’s subway system (“Wiener Linien”) elevators. To reach the admissions counter and the gift shop, take the elevators at the Stephansplatz/Haas-Haus entrance to the first level of the subway station. Please purchase your ticket at the admissions counter and inform the staff member working there that you would like to use  the entrance for people with disabilities. To reach the Chapel of St. Virgil’s entrance for people with disabilities, take the elevator to the “U3 Richtung Simmering” level. The exhibition area and the chapel are both free of stairs and wheelchair-accessible.

Click here for a PDF link to a floor plan indicating access to both the elevators and the entrance on the lower level. A hardcopy of the floor plan is also available at the admissions counter.

Parking:
Several parking spaces for people with disabilities are available in the area surrounding Stephansplatz, such as those in front of Singerstraße 7 and Singerstraße 12-16, and those in front of Spiegelgasse 3-11.

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

MUSICANS APARTMENTS

BEETHOVEN EROICAHAUS

1190 Vienna, Döblinger Hauptstraße 92

The court and the exhibition rooms are all accessible (no steps) and can easily be accessed by wheelchair.

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

BEETHOVEN WOHNUNG HEILIGENSTADT

1190 Vienna, Probusgasse 6

The court is accessible (no steps), although there is the edge of a pavement in front of the building. The exhibition rooms are accessible via steps only.

The Beethoven Wohnung Heiligenstadt is expanding into a Beethoven Museum and will be closed starting from July 3, 2017. We therefore kindly ask for your understanding and already look forward to your visit in the new Beethoven Museum opening November 2017.

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

BEETHOVEN PASQUALATIHAUS

1010 Vienna, Mölker Bastei 8

The apartment is on the 4th floor and reachable via steps only.

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

HAYDNHAUS

1060 Vienna, Haydngasse 19

In the Haydnhaus the court and the exhibition room are easily accessible for wheelchairs (no steps). The remaining exhibition rooms are to be found on the 1st floor and can be reached by steps only.
 
Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

MOZARTWOHNUNG

in the Mozarthaus Vienna, A-1010 Vienna, Domgasse 5

Access for People with Disabilities:
Access is at ground level and unimpeded.

Parking facilities:
In Strobelgasse, close to the Mozartwohnung, a parking lot is available for disabled persons. There is a level entrance to the Museum from there. 

Toilets:
A wheelchair-accessible toilet can be found on the first basement floor. The basement can be reached by means of a lift.Exhibition areas:The exhibition areas (on the various floors) can be accessed using the lift, and are easily accessible by wheelchair. Seating is available.

Café/Shop:
Access to the café is unimpeded.  The shop can be reached with the help of a platform lift.

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

SCHUBERT GEBURTSHAUS

1090 Vienna, Nußdorfer Straße 54

The court is easily accessible (no steps). The exhibition areas are to be found on the first floor and can be reached only via a staircase.

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

SCHUBERT STERBEWOHNUNG

1040 Vienna, Kettenbrückengasse 6

The apartment can be found on the 1st floor and is accessible via steps only.

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at

JOHANN STRAUSS WOHNUNG

1020 Vienna, Praterstraße 54

The apartment is on the first floor above ground and is accessible via staircase. In addition, the apartment can be accessed via elevator (width of entry: 80cm; interior dimensions: 80x117cm).

Ground-floor entry to the stairwell and elevator: double doors (widths of 65cm and 130cm respectively).
First floor access from the corridor: double doors (widths of 69cm and 138cm respectively).
Strauss apartment entry: double doors (widths of 61cm and 122cm respectively).

Contact / Information:
P: +43 (0)1 505 87 47 85173
E: service(at)wienmuseum.at