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Getting to ALBERTINA MODERN

By public transportation

U-Bahn (underground): U1, U2, U4 (station: Karlsplatz/Oper), U3 (station: Stephansplatz)
Tram: 1, 2, D, 62, 71, and the Lokalbahn Wien-Baden (stop: Kärntner Ring/Oper)
Public bus: 2a (stop: Albertina)

By tour bus
The closest pickup/drop-off points for tour buses are on Johannesgasse and on Burgring. Further details can be found at www.busguide.at.
We’ll be happy to send you a permit that allows your bus to enter the first district; please request this when booking your appointment.
ALBERTINA Art Education Department +43 1 534 83 540 |

By car
Paid street parking is available all around ALBERTINA MODERN.
Paid parking spaces are available at the Kärntnerringgarage, Kärntnerstraße Tiefgarage, Palais-Corso-Garage, Karlsplatz Garage, and Parkgarage Opernringhof.

Information and Registration
Art Education | Monday through Friday | 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
+43 1 534 83 540 |

  • BARRIER-FREE ACCESS

    All public areas of ALBERTINA MODERN feature barrier-free accessibility.

    Platform elevators (120 x 170 cm) will take you to your desired level. These are also suitable for transporting electric wheelchairs (500 kg max.). In order to use all platform elevators on your own, you will need a EUROKEY. If you do not have a Euro-key, please ring the bell; an ALBERTINA MODERN employee will be happy to come and assist you.

    ALBERTINA MODERN is equipped with automatic hinged doors (clearance width: 190 cm). All hinged doors open only towards the outside, which means: in the direction that leads out of the building. Each such door opens automatically and can also be opened manually using a button on the wall.

    Parking
    Public street parking for individuals with disabilities can be found at

    • Operngasse 8, 1010 Vienna: 1 space – no time limits
    • Maderstraße 2, 1040 Vienna: 1 space – daily, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
    • Makartgasse 1, 1010 Vienna: 1 space – Mon. – Fri., 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. (non-holidays)
    • Resselgasse 2, 1040 Vienna: Mon. – Fri., 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. (non-holidays); Sat. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (non-holidays)

    Detailed map with further information (parking garages)

    Barrier-Free Access to Exhibitions at ALBERTINA MODERN
    The building’s main barrier-free entrance faces Musikvereinsplatz.
    A platform elevator will take you to the level of the main entrance. Please use your Euro-key or ring the bell.
    The main entrance features an automatic hinged double door.

    In the Small Foyer, a platform elevator will take you to the level of the stairwell. From there, you can reach the ticket desks and the shop as well as the ground floor exhibition hall and the elevator (clearance width: 110 cm, cabin floor space: 185 x 270 cm).

    Main Elevator
    The main elevator elevator (clearance width: 110 cm, cabin floor space: 185 x 270 cm) takes you to

    • the cloakrooms on level -1:

    These cloakrooms feature a barrier-free design. Cloakroom lockers can be used free of charge. To use these lockers, you will need to insert a EUR 1 or EUR 2 coin or a token as deposit.

    • the barrier-free toilets and diaper-changing table on level -1.

    Clearance width is 90 cm. Room floor space measures 224 x 220 cm.

    • the exhibition hall on level -1

    Gathering areas
    Should an evacuation be declared, ALBERTINA MODERN has two gathering areas, each of which is equipped with an emergency call button and an intercom:

    • at the ticket office / shop
    • in the ground floor exhibition hall by the emergency exits leading to Bösendorferstraße

    Wheelchairs and Walkers
    Folding wheelchairs are available for free with your personal ID as a deposit. Please ask the museum employees at the ticket desk.
    It is permissible to use your own walking aids (wheeled walkers and canes without metal tips) as well as portable stools.

    Audi Guides
    ALBERTINA MODERN audio guides (MP3 files) can be used in combination with real-time speech to text apps on your smartphone.
    These smartphone audio guides are available at the ticket desk.

    WI-FI
    ALBERTINA MODERN features complementary WI-FI in all areas.

    Assistance Dogs
    Certified assistance dogs may be brought into the museum upon presentation of the corresponding ID. In the interest of facilitating optimal assistance onsite, we request that you notify us prior to your visit.

    Guided Tours for Groups and Individual Visitors with Disabilities
    We kindly request that tour participants who desire assistance contact the ALBERTINA Art Education Department at least 14 days prior to their planned visit. 
    The Art Education Department will be happy to assist you. We can be reached Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Tel (+43) (0) 534 83, exts. -540, -541, or -543, and at

    The ALBERTINA offers guided tours in Austrian Sign Language for deaf individuals in cooperation with the organization WITAF.  These tours are given by our art educators accompanied by sign language interpreters. If you will be needing a sign language interpreter, please mention this when booking your tour.