Museum Of Applied ArtsCurrently Closed
- Address: Stubenring 5, 1010 Wien, Austria, Vienna
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +43-1711360
- Ticket Price: 10 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
Museum Of Applied Arts - Review
MAK museum in Vienna is a conspicuous museum that houses items on display such as furniture, glass, china, silver, and textiles from the Middle Ages to the present day. A stroll through this museum will acquaint you through precious crafts objects such as the gilded design of Gustav Klimt. Things are exhibited in their original style and manner. Founded in 1863 as the “Royal Imperial Austrian museum of art and industry”, this museum has become a landmark in finding a nexus between applied arts, design, architecture and contemporary art in an unusual way.
Museum Of Applied Arts Information
- Flash and tripod are not allowed.
- Filming and taking photographs for commercial purposes require prior notification and permission.
Museum Of Applied Arts Ticket Prices
- Family Ticket € 13
- Reduced (for seniors and other categories): € 7.50
- Free admission: For children and teens under 19
- Free Admission on Tuesdays 6–10 p.m.
- For more ticket prices and guided tours, refer the website.
How To reach Museum Of Applied Arts by Public Transport
- By Subway station: Stubentor
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0.29% of people who visit Vienna include Museum Of Applied Arts in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
95% of people start their Museum Of Applied Arts visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museum Of Applied Arts
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Museum Of Applied Arts, Vienna Reviews
So, you can’t throw a rock in Vienna without hitting a museum, right? This one is worth a full day if you are a potter, an architect or graphic designer (I’m all three). The Otto Wagner exposition was magnificently curated (including some original models and blue lines). The porcelain collection (with old glaze test tiles!)is fascinating. The poster collection is a slice of time. This was my favorite museum in the city. Bonus: Not totally packed with bus loads of imported tourists jockeying to take selfies in front of every.single.thing.
Excellent museum with lots to see. Lots of furniture and ceramics to see and the current Otto Wagner exhibition is very good. You can leave and return with a day ticket which is useful as there is so much to see.
It's alright, I guess. Their website says that there's a discounted rate for students and young adults 26 and under. When I got to the ticket desk and asked about the discount, all I got was a rude shake of the head. Some exhibits were thought provoking, most weren't my cup of tea. The shop is extremely expensive.
I adored every single second while being in the museum. The exhibitions are very well curated, the museum building itself is beautiful. English speakers friendly. Do not miss the Klimt virtual reality thing :)
Great museum! Discount price of EUR 5 every Tues night. Excellent curatorship of permanent exhibits of lace and glass, and carpets. I was there in time for the Klimt magic garden virtual reality experience (Klimt's 100th year death anniversary) which was amazing. The Otto Wagner exhibition was very good too. Again excellent presentation done! All illustrations were in English too, which was helpful, except that the translation of the installer of the Asian Exhibit was WRONG! What an embarrassing mistake! What's even more embarrassing is, I told the staff there at the exhibit, and she said that's the "artwork of the T, which is written like a J"... ugh no, I don't think so, because clearly there are other words that start with a T, and it's written like a J. What a pity.