Plan your visit

Explore the world's first Jewish museum!

One Museum,
Two Locations

– just a 7-minute walk apart

Museum
Dorotheergasse

Sun - Fri 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed on Saturdays

open

Museum
Judenplatz

Sun - Thu 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Fri 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed on Saturdays

open

Tickets

If you do not have time to visit both locations in one day, your ticket is still valid for seven days after its purchase.

 


Adults€ 15,-
Reduced admission for seniors (65 years and older)€ 13,-
Reduced admission for the following discount cards: Stadt Wien Vorteilsclub, Die Presse-Club, EasyCityPass Wien, Ö1 Club, Queer City Pass, VÖKK members, Wien Holding employees, Vienna City Card, Card Complete€ 13,-
Visitors with disabilities€ 13,-
Students up to 27 years of age€ 11,-
Children (18 and under)free
Group rate (for 10 people or more) € 11,-
Guided tour for groups (per hour)€ 80,-
School workshops€ 40,-
Jewish Museum Vienna annual pass € 39,-
Annual pass reduced (visitors under 27, visitors with disabilities)€ 24,-
IAA, ICOM, Flexi PASS, Kulturpass, Museumsbund Österreich, Sozialpass / Mobilpass, Vienna PASSfree
Ukrainian nationals with passport or travel documents
Громадяни України з паспортом або проїзними документами
Граждане Украины с паспортом или проездными документами
free
безкоштовно
бесплатно

Accessibility

Both museum locations are wheelchair accessible.
Entryway with ramp
Elevator to event area
Handicapped accessible elevator
Handicapped accessible bathroom located on the ground floor next to the elevator
Cloakroom located on the ground floor

Getting Here

We recommend taking public transport.

Museum Dorotheergasse can be easily reached by foot from the U1, U3 Stephansplatz underground station. To reach Museum Judenplatz, we suggest walking from the U3 Herrengasse station. Our library is located within walking distance from the U1, U4 Schwedenplatz station.

Should you need additional information, please call: +43 1 535 04 31

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© Ouriel Morgensztern

Café Eskeles

Our café offers a range of Mediterranean, Israeli, and Jewish dishes as well as homemade desserts, cakes and confectioneries. They also accept special requests for catering.
 

Opening Hours:

Sunday to Friday 10 a.m - 6 p.m.