Reopening of the Wien Museum locations

Reopening of the Wien Museum locations

The Wien Museum MUSA with the exhibition RICHARD NEUTRA. CALIFORNIA LIVING (Felderstraße 6–8), the Hermesvilla in the Lainzer Tiergarten and the Mozartwohnung have already been opened to visitors.



From Wednesday, July 1, other Wien Museum locations will open, except (due to renovation work):

Römermuseum, 1010 Vienna, Hoher Markt 3Beethoven Museum, 1190 Vienna, Probusgasse 6
Virgilkapelle, 1010 Vienna, Stephansplatz (Underground Station)Haydnhaus, 1060 Vienna, Haydngasse 19
Neidhart Festsaal, 1010 Vienna, Tuchlauben 19Schubert Geburtshaus, 1090 Vienna, Nußdorfer Straße 54
Uhrenmuseum, 1010 Vienna, Schulhof 2Schubert Sterbewohnung, 1040 Vienna, Kettenbrückengasse 6
Artothek, 1010 Vienna, Felderstraße 6-8Johann Strauß Wohnung, 1020 Vienna, Praterstraße 54


Open from Friday, July 3:

Pratermuseum, 1020 Vienna, Oswald-Thomas-Platz 1 (Planetarium)


Open from Saturday, July 4:

Otto Wagner Hofpavillon Hietzing, 1130 Vienna, Schönbrunner Schloßstraße


Due to renovation work open from Saturday, August 1:

Otto Wagner Pavillon Karlsplatz, 1040 Vienna, KarlsplatzBeethoven Pasqualatihaus, 1010 Vienna, Mölker Bastei 8


The Startgalerie at Wien Museum MUSA remains closed

For the time being, we ask you to still wear a mouth and nose protector during the guided tours!

Both locations are well prepared for our visitors, meeting all hygiene and safety regulations. We are pleased to welcome you to our museums.

 

Important telephone numbers:

Health hotline: 1450
(only on suspicion of illness)
Infoline Coronavirus: 0800 555 621

Further information:

AGES (Austrian Agendy for Health and Food Safety)
Federal Health Ministry