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Museum


Visitor Information

Information on opening hours and prices, our newsletter and barrier-free access
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About Us

The Austrian Museum of Folk Life and Folk Art / Volkskundemuseum Wien is one of the world’s largest ethnographic museums and home to extensive collections of folk art as well as to collections that cover historical and contemporary European cultures of everyday life. A permanent display collection as well as special exhibitions address a diverse array of themes pertaining to human coexistence in a constantly changing world.
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Exhibitions


Display Collection on Historical Folk Culture

The permanent exhibition of the Austrian Museum of Folk Life and Folk Art was opened in 1994 and provides insights into the museum's extensive folklore collections.
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Activities


Educational Work

In our educational work, we emphasise a present-day perspective on the past that is well-reflected, critical, and respectful. It is furthermore important to us, in our exhibitions, to expand upon and question existing narratives – and, together with our visitors, to arrive at new perspectives.
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Research

Besides collecting, preserving and exhibiting, research and documentation have always been part of the museum's work. External research collaborations further add to the museum's research activities.
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Events

Our exhibition programme and research activities are joined by guided tours, regular events, interventions, performance art, theatre projects, film screenings, lectures, workshops and cooperations. Click to go to the Event Calender (in German language).
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Volkskundemuseum Wien
Laudongasse 15–19, 1080 Wien

T: +43 1 406 89 05
F: +43 1 408 53 42
E: office@volkskundemuseum.at
W: www.volkskundemuseum.at

// COVID-19: Info zum Museumsbetrieb //

Öffnungszeiten

Museum:
Di bis So, 10.00 bis 17.00 Uhr
Do, 10.00 bis 20.00 Uhr
Bibliothek:
Nach Voranmeldung

Hildebrandt Café:
Di und So, 10.00 bis 18.00 Uhr
Mi bis Sa, 10.00 bis 23.00 Uhr

Mostothek:
Di, ab 17.00 Uhr
August geschlossen


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