The Leopold Museum Museum is located in the heart of Vienna and can be reached comfortably by foot, by bike or via public transport.
Coming to the Leopold Museum per bike is easy!
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There are plenty of spaces around the Leopold Museum where you can park your bike.
LEOPOLD MUSEUM, MuseumsQuartier, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
U3 to Volkstheater station
Tram line 1, 2, D to Dr.-Karl-Renner-Ring
If arriving by car, we recommend the parking garage directly in front of the main entrance of MuseumsQuartier. It is open 24 hours a day.
Bus stops for coaches are located directly in front of the MuseumsQuartier on the Mariahilferstraße.
Further info on bus stops
Four parking spaces are available for people with disabilities in the MuseumsQuartier area. These can be reached via the main entrance (=corner of the Volkstheater).
If necessary, you can reach the main entrance via the lift (90 cm door width) on the back (east side) of the Leopold Museum. The double swinging door at the main entrance is stepless and has a bell for wheelchair users.
In the museum
The Leopold Museum is equipped with a ticket office for wheelchair users. Accessible toilets are located on levels 0 and -1. There are two lifts (90 cm door width) available in the museum.
The exhibition rooms, shop and café are accessible without steps.
If necessary, wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge from the cloakroom at the main entrance to the Leopold Museum. Early registration is welcomed if you require a wheelchair.