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Known as the "City of Music," Vienna boasts a fascinating blend of history, architecture, and culture. When visiting the city, you cannot miss the Leopold Museum in the vibrant MuseumsQuartier, which happens to be the magical cultural complex in Vienna. Here, you'll discover a remarkable collection of modern Austrian art, including masterpieces by Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. The museum's focus on the Vienna Secession movement makes it historically significant, offering a glimpse into the city's artistic evolution.

On this page, you'll find everything you need for an enriching experience, from ticket options and opening hours to collection highlights and Points of Interest. Get ready to immerse yourself in Vienna's artistic heritage at the Leopold Museum!

All Your Leopold Museum Ticket Options Explained

Discover the various ticket options available for your visit to the Leopold Museum. Choose the one that best suits your needs and ensures a memorable experience at this renowned cultural institution.

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What is the Best Way To Book Leopold Museum Tickets? Book Online

Make your visit to the Leopold Museum a breeze by purchasing your tickets online! Here are the top advantages of doing so:

  • Advance booking: Secure your spot well in time and skip the queues.
  • Convenience: Choose your preferred date and time from the comfort of your home.
  • Exclusive discounts: Take advantage of online-only deals and promotions.
  • Save time: Spend less time waiting and more time exploring the incredible art at the Leopold Museum.

Leopold Museum Highlights

"The Kiss" by Gustav Klimt

Admire this iconic masterpiece, a symbol of love and sensuality, created with Klimt's signature golden brushstrokes and intricate patterns that will surely leave you mesmerized by its ethereal beauty.

"Death and Life" by Gustav Klimt

Witness the raw emotion and intensity in Klimt's powerful depiction of life and death, a haunting portrayal that explores existence's fragile and fleeting nature.

"Houses in Unterach on Lake Attersee" by Gustav Klimt

Transport yourself to the picturesque Austrian countryside through Klimt's vivid landscape, capturing the serenity and harmony of nature, inviting you to escape into its idyllic setting.

"Self-Portrait with Peacock Waistcoat" by Egon Schiele

Encounter Schiele's striking self-portrait, where his unconventional style and piercing gaze reveal the artist's self-exploration, challenging societal norms and inviting you to question the boundaries of expression.

"Wally Neuzil" by Egon Schiele

Delve into Schiele's complex relationship with his muse and lover, Wally Neuzil, as he captures her enigmatic presence with raw emotion, showcasing their intense bond amidst societal scrutiny.

"The Dancer" by Egon Schiele

Marvel at Schiele's dynamic portrayal of a dancer in motion captures the energy and passion of the performance as if the painting itself is alive, inviting you to join the rhythmic enchantment.

"Mother with Two Children" by Egon Schiele

Encounter Schiele's passionate depiction of motherhood, where the artist's expressive brushwork and bold colors convey the intensity of maternal love, resonating with your own experiences and emotions.

"Portrait of a Lady" by Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller

Discover Waldmüller's refined portrait of a lady, capturing the grace and elegance of Viennese society in the 19th century, immersing you in the charm and sophistication of the era.

"Lovers" by Oskar Kokoschka

Experience Kokoschka's captivating portrayal of lovers entwined, where his expressive brushstrokes and vibrant colors convey the passion and intensity of their embrace, evoking a profound emotional connection.

Plan Your Visit To Leopold Museum

Getting There
Visitor Tips

Entry hours: 10 AM to 6 PM

Closed on: Tuesdays

  • Opens daily during June, July, and August

Best time to visit: Visit during weekdays in the morning or late afternoon to avoid crowds.

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Address: Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien, Austria

Find on Maps

  • By Metro: Take line U3 (Orange line) from Stephansplatz
    Closest metro station: Volkstheater, which is around 5 minutes away from the museum.
  • By Tram: Get on lines 1, 2, or D from Stephensplatz
    Closest tram station: is Dr. Karl Renner Ring, which is around a 7-minute walk from the museum.
  • By Car: You can drive from Stephensplatz to Leopold Museum in under 10 minutes since it's only around 3 km away.
    Nearest car parking spot: Öpark Garagen GmbH - Parkgarage Am Museumsquartier, 2-3 minutes from the museum.
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  • Cozy café for a delightful break and refreshments.
  • Museum shop offering art books, souvenirs, and unique gifts to take home.
  • Free Wi-Fi to stay connected and share your museum experience.
  • Restrooms for your convenience during your visit.
  • Cloakroom to securely store your belongings.
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  • Wheelchair accessibility throughout the museum allows everyone to explore with ease.
  • Elevators are available for convenient access to different floors and exhibitions.
  • Accessible restrooms to accommodate individual needs.
  • Assistance animals are welcomed, ensuring a welcoming environment for all.
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  • Café Leopold: A trendy café with a stylish ambiance, located right next to the museum, offering a range of delicious snacks, meals, and drinks at a minimal price of €20 to €30.
  • Glacis Beisl: A charming Austrian restaurant around 5 minutes from the museum, serves traditional dishes with a modern twist in a cozy atmosphere. The average price for two is around €30-€40.
  • ON Market: A vibrant market-style eatery offering a variety of international cuisine and local specialties, located within a 10-minute walk from the museum, where you can eat for €25-€35.
  • Café Sperl: A historic Viennese café with a nostalgic charm, serving delightful pastries, coffee, and light meals, situated 15 minutes away on foot. The average price for two is approximately €15-€25.
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  • Respect the artworks and refrain from touching them.
  • Photography is allowed without flash except where indicated otherwise.
  • Food and drinks are not permitted inside the exhibition areas.
  • Mobile phones should be set to silent mode to maintain a peaceful environment.
  • Backpacks and large bags must be stored in the cloakroom.
  • Smoking is not permitted inside the museum.
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  • Kunsthistoriches Museum (750 m): The Kunsthistorisches Museum is a magnificent treasure trove of art and history, showcasing a vast collection of masterpieces from renowned artists such as Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Bruegel.
  • Belvedere Palace (2.5 km): Marvel at the exquisite Baroque architecture, lush gardens, and a remarkable art collection, including Gustav Klimt's renowned masterpiece, "The Kiss."
  • Mozarthaus Vienna (2.9 km): Step into the world of Mozart at Mozarthaus Vienna, the composer's former residence turned museum. Explore the life and works of Mozart through immersive displays in this beautifully preserved historic building.
  • MAK Museum of Applied Arts (3.1 km): At the MAK Museum of Applied Arts, you can discover the fascinating world of design, architecture, and contemporary applied arts through its thought-provoking exhibitions and innovative installations.
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  • Consider purchasing tickets online to skip the queues.
  • Visit during weekdays or off-peak hours for a more peaceful experience.
  • Wear comfortable shoes as you'll be exploring the museum on foot.
  • Don't forget to explore the museum shop for unique souvenirs and art-related items.
  • Capture memories but remember to be mindful of others when taking photographs.

Frequently Asked Questions About Leopold Museum Tickets

How long should I spend at Leopold Museum?

Plan for about 2-3 hours to explore Leopold Museum comfortably.

Is it worth visiting Leopold Museum?

Yes, Leopold Museum is worth visiting for art enthusiasts, especially those interested in Austrian art from the 19th and 20th centuries.

What are the ticket options for Leopold Museum?

Headout offers standard entry tickets and combo tickets for Leopold Museum.

Can I buy Leopold Museum tickets online?

Yes, purchasing tickets online is recommended for convenience and to avoid waiting in queues.

Can I take photographs inside Leopold Museum?

Yes, photography without flash is allowed for personal use. However, check for any restrictions in temporary exhibitions.

Is the Leopold Museum wheelchair accessible?

Yes, Leopold Museum is wheelchair accessible with elevators and facilities to accommodate visitors with mobility needs.

Can I bring food and drinks to the Leopold Museum?

Food and drinks are not permitted in the exhibition areas, but there is a café where you can enjoy refreshments.

Are there storage facilities for bags and coats at Leopold Museum?

Yes, there is a cloakroom where you can store your bags, coats, and other belongings during your visit to Leopold Museum.

Can I bring my children to Leopold Museum?

Yes, children are welcome at the Leopold Museum. There are also special programs and activities available for younger visitors.

Is there a dress code for visiting Leopold Museum?

There is no strict dress code, but dressing comfortably and respectfully for your Leopold Museum visit is recommended.