We are open daily except Tuesday, 10 am to 6 pm.
WELCOME BACK TO THE LEOPOLD MUSEUM! ❤
Your health is important to us!
Therefore please note the following safety regulations:
- Wear a FFP2-mask during your visit.
- Keep your distance to other visitors.
- Follow the cough- and sneeze etiquette.
Questions and Answers:
In addition to the permanent presentation "VIENNA 1900. Birth of Modernism", these current special exhibition are on display right now:
- Ludwig Wittgenstein. Photography as an analytical practice
- The Schedlmayer Collection. A Discovery!
In order to protect you and others around you, we would like to ask you to purchase an online ticket if possible. In this way we can coordinate the flow of visitors while observing the hygiene requirements.
Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 regulations, there may be waiting times before admission to the Leopold Museum. Thank you for your understanding.
Tickets are also available at the cash desk of the museum. Please pay by card if possible.
In order to offer our visitors a safe stay in the museum, various structural adaptations such as the installation of plexiglass partitions in the cash desk, shop and cloakroom area were carried out, disinfection stations were set up and the cleaning frequency was increased. In addition, the supervisory staff was trained accordingly to ensure the health guidelines.
We would like to point out that wearing a FFP2-mask in the museum is mandatory from the age of 14. Alternatively, children under the age of 14 can wear mouth and nose protection. Children under 6 years are excluded.
The Leopold Museum grants all annual ticket holders an extension of their tickets due to the closing times. The lost period will now be credited to your current annual ticket.
Guided tours and workshops with groups of up to 25 people can be held under the applicable guidelines (compliance with the one-meter distance regulation, mouth-nose protection). Our art educators look forward to your visit!
Our audio guides are still available for you and are disinfected after every use.