MAK - Museum für angewandte Kunst

Stubenring 5
1010 Wien
Vienna, Austria
  • UZ-License1143
  • accessible
  • bicycle
  • garden outside
  • non smoking
  • seminar
  • WIFI
Additional Offers
  • child-friendly
Business Location
  • distance to bus100 m
  • distance to hotel250 m
  • distance to town center1.000 m
  • distance to train350 m

The MAK stands for a holistic ecosocial approach that goes beyond climate neutrality and decarbonization to include protecting the biosphere and biodiversity as well as preserving and restoring ecosystems. In doing so, a central goal of the museum is to provide easy-to-understand orientation on essential but often complex ecosocial issues. To this end, the MAK has outlined the salient features of a new mindset that unites PLANET LOVE with CLIMATE CARE, embracing a wide range of activities—a mindset that we will continue to develop through interactive programs.

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The MAK offers much more than a magnificent museum as a backdrop for your events; the setting it provides is outstanding in many other respects, featuring spatial and technical facilities for almost every occasion. Celebrate in the traditional classical ambience of the columned hall (520sqm), one of the Vienna Ringstraße’s most renowned stately buildings. Take advantage of the unique atmosphere of the great exhibition halls (in total 2.700 sqm) with their restrained, elegant architecture, or the furnished lecture hall (223sqm) with its full range of technical equipment. Aside from the lecture hall, the MAK leases its venues inclusive of infrastructure but without furnishings or technical equipment. You may make your own choice of caterers and other suppliers.

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The MAK is centrally located and is easily reached on foot, by bike, or by public transport. In the immediate vicinity you will find a number of different public transport stops. In addition, there are plenty of bike stands by the entrance to the MAK. And in an emergency, our porter can help you out with a bicycle repair kit.

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A central concern of ours is ensuring that the museum is accessible to all visitors. All floors in the MAK main building and the MAK exhibition building, as well as toilets, feature barrier-free accessibility for visitors with disabilities (to include wheelchair-accessible passenger elevators). The MAK Design Shop and the Restaurant Salonplafond im MAK are on the ground floor and accessible via the museum without using steps.

Persons accompanying visitors with disabilities have free admission to the museum.

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In the everyday operation of the museum too, we pay special attention to environmental and ecological sustainability. This includes using resources sparingly, taking into account products’ sustainability, longevity, and recyclability, and giving preference to ecolabeled products (bearing the Austrian Ecolabel, the Blue Angel, or the EU Ecolabel).


The MAK is committed to sustainability and, to the best of its ability, strives to make an effective contribution to overcoming the global crisis threatening our climate and ecology. It wish to communicate this commitment to both its staff members and partners—and especially to our Austrian and international visitors—both in the museum itself and online.