MAK- Museum of Applied Arts

Discover the fascinating era of "Vienna around 1900" in a magnificent museum building on Vienna's Ringstraße. In the focus of the collection are Art Nouveau masterpieces from the Viennese workshop by Koloman Moser, Josef Hoffmann or Gustav Klimt.

The MAK, was founded in 1863 by Emperor Franz Joseph, also presents a unique collection of precious artworks from furniture, glass, porcelain, silver and textiles from the Middle Ages to pieces of present art, design and architecture.

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The MAK's unique collection combines applied art & design, architecture and contemporary art.

Highlights of the MAK (Museum of Applied Arts) are the newly designed rooms of the “Vienna 1900” collection (permanent exhibition), ASIA and carpets, as well as the MAK DESIGN LABOR.

Opening hours:
Wed-Su: 10.00 - 18.00 Uhr
Tue: 10.00 - 21.00 Uhr
24.12 & 31.12: 10.00 - 15.00 
Mo: closed, except public holidays

Entrance fee: Adults 14 € / Children 0 €

Free entry with your Vienna Flexi PASS (Get your Vienna Flexi PASS here!

HOP ON HOP OFF stop: ROTE & BLAUE LINE Station No.13 MAK/ Wien Mitte

  • Gustav Klimt, Erwartung, Detail © MAK Georg Mayer.jpg
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  • Ansicht Stubenring © Gerald Zugmann-MAK.jpg
  • MAK-Säulenhalle © MAK-Mika K. Wisskirchen_small.jpg



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MAK – Museum of Applied Arts I Stubenring 5 I 1010 Vienna