The Museum is now open again

After more than seven weeks of temporary closure due to the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the Museum Angewandte Kunst is reopened since 5 May 2020.

The exhibitions Life doesn't frighten me. Michelle Elie wears Comme des Garçons, the expanded presentation Elementary Parts from the collections, the Historic Villa Metzler and the Dieter Rams presentation are now accessible again starting Tuesday, 5 May.

You can purchase your Online Ticket here

Safety and hygiene measures to contain the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2

  • The entry is exclusively via the main entrance opposite the Historical Villa Metzler
  • Signs at the entrance point out all regulations. The cash desk in the lobby is equipped with a protective plexiglass front. Entrances and exits have been separated and visitors are guided through the Museum on marked paths
  • A maximum of 100 persons is allowed to be inside the building at the same time
  • Maintaining a minimum distance of 1.5 metres per person is compulsory
  • The wearing of a mouth and nose protecting mask is mandatory. Masks are available for sale at the cash register
  • The elevator may be used by max. 2 people at the same time
  • Due to official requirements, tablets, touch screens and headphones were removed from the exhibition spaces. Instead, visitors will soon have access to audio files that can be downloaded onto their personal smartphones via the Museum's Wifi. In addition, the Museum's website offers a PDF version for free download as well as special booklets that will be disinfected after each use.
  • Please note that we cannot offer viewing copies of catalogues at the Museum desk
  • Unfortunately, events or group formats, including guided tours, cannot take place until further notice. You can find our digital offers on our website or on our social media channels (Facebook: Museum Angewandte Kunst / Instagram: @museumangewandtekunst)