For visitors with restricted mobility and visitors with baby carriages, the Leopold Museum can be accessed via the elevator, located at the rear side of the building in the east.
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The Leopold Museum offers audio guides about the collection in German, English, Italian, French, and Spanish.
Special audio guide tours in German and English are available for special exhibitions.
In the LEO Kids studio, children between 6 and 12 years of age have the opportunity to get to know the works of art in the Leopold Museum better in a creative and playful way. The Leopold Collection is presented in a short tour and afterwards the children can practice their painting skills by drawing, painting, cutting and gluing.
The workshop takes place every Sunday from 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Please note that the language spoken in the LEO kids studio is German.
Café Leopold is located on level 2 and can be easily reached via elevator or stairs. It is also accessible from the outside and can be visited without a ticket.
You can spend about 2-3 hours in the museum. In total, the Leopold Museum exhibits around 6,000 works of art on 7 levels.
In addition to the permanent presentation on Vienna 1900 (on levels 0, 3 and 4), there are changing special exhibitions (on levels -1 and -2).
A floor plan is available in the entrance area for free.
The Leopold Museum has a library that can be used for academic work and research. It is open to visitors from Tuesday to Thursday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. by prior arrangement.
Taking animals into the Leopold Museum is prohibited for safety reasons.
Taking pictures without flash in the Leopold Collection is permitted, if for private purposes. In all special exhibitions, you will find information on photo permissions directly in the exhibition itself. Flashes, additional light, tripods, selfie sticks, and other superstructures may not be used.
Written permission is required for editorial photo and film recordings.
Please submit an application for images of artwork and reproduction rights.
The shop is on level 1 and can be reached via the stairs or elevator. It closes half an hour before the museum closes.
If you only want to visit the shop and not the museum, please inform yourself about the possibilities at the cash desk.
Find our list of regular and reduced tickets.
All certified Viennese tour guides are authorized to guide in the Leopold Museum. No accreditation is required. Please show your ID at the cash desk - you will receive free entry (of course even without a group)! We would be happy to provide you with additional material to prepare for your tour.
Tour groups are of course very welcome in the Leopold Museum!
We offer group tickets for 10 people or more. The group price is EUR 10 per person.
All relevant information for a visit with one or more tour groups can be found under Group and Tour Operators.
Of course, we will prepare a free coat rack for your group visit if you register your group in advance.
At the moment there is only active WIFI access for visitors on level -2.