Vienna (Austria)

Mumok

The mumok is the largest museum in Central Europe for art since modernism. It makes the various aspects of the international and Austrian avant-garde accessible to everyone interested in the arts. The striking dark grey cuboid structure clad in basalt stone in the middle of the MuseumsQuartier's Wien houses an unusual collection featuring important works from Classic Modernism, Pop Art, Fluxus, and Viennese Actionism to present-day film and media art. From Pablo Picasso to Andy Warhol and Franz West, the collection and special exhibitions represent a blend of tradition and experiment, past and present. The mumok cinema explores film in the context of visual art. A broad range of educational programs for adults and children ages four and up, a library, the mumok café, and the mumok shop complete the range of offerings for visitors. One of the most important objectives has been and continues to be to convey the historical and theoretical framework of art to the public through fostering discourse in the form of publications and academic events. mumok sees itself as a place for lively exploration of modern and contemporary art. This is art that gets involved and points out the ruptures and transformations in our society, that undermines tried and tested rituals, that makes us more sensitive and expands our imagination, that facilitates new ways of seeing.
Mumok Building outside

Access preferences

General Accessibility in the Museum (Accessibility)

Entrance Prices

Visitors with special needs pay a reduced price of 9,50 Euro upon presentation of relevant special needs ID. If this ID includes an accompanying person, this person receives free entrance.

Assistance dogs may enter the museum if they are entered in the relevant special needs ID.
Barrier-free Access

There is barrier-free access to mumok via the lift on the left of the main staircase.

At the side of the revolving door there are two single heavy doors each with an access width of 120cm.The mumok security office can be notified by ringing the doorbell (at a height of one meter). Our staff will be pleased to assist you.

The mumok Shop is in the entrance area and is freely accessible.

The mumok Café can be accessed barrier-free via the museum lifts (doors in the 1st floor).

Parking spaces for the disabled in the Vienna MuseumsQuartier are situated behind mumok and may be used by people with walking disabilities in accordance with the law (§ 29b StVO)
Barrier-free Access within the Museum

All the exhibition levels and the mumok cinema can be accessed via three lifts (152 x 90 cm).

A wheelchair and stable folding chairs can be borrowed in the cloakroom. There are also some seats in the exhibition galleries, depending on the specific exhibition.

All the museum washroom facilities also include washrooms with wheelchair access (in the ladies’ toilets adjacent to the mumok Café and the cloakroom, and with gender-neutral toilets on Level –2 and Level 5 near the mumok Lounge).

Barrier-free access to events in the mumok Lounge is provided via a stair lift (use with the assistance of trained personnel from the mumok security office).

The mumok Atelier can be reached from Level –1b via a few steps. A wheelchair lift provides barrier-free access (use with the assistance of trained personnel from the mumok security office).

Guided Tours (Group and Tours)

Free participation

Mumok Digital (Digital access & sustainability)

Digital services, guides & tours

Contact info

Mumok,
Museumsplatz 1,
Vienna, Austria.
+43 1 525000
info@mumok.at
https://www.mumok.at/en