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If you are a true artist strolling the streets of Vienna, the Leopold Museum, one of the largest collections of Modern Austrian arts, is worth visiting. 

The Leopold Museum is a unique museum dedicated to Viennese Jugendstil, Wiener Werkstätte, and Expressionism. 

The city’s most notable cultural sector is the MuseumsQuartier, which holds the world’s most significant and largest Egon Schiele collection and masterworks by Secession founder Gustav Klimt.

This article shares everything you need to know before you book your Leopold Museum tickets.

Leopold Museum

What to expect

The Leopold Museum is a unique treasure house of Viennese Jugendstil, the Wiener Werkstätte, and Expressionism.

Museum Leopold holds over 8300 pieces of art and a mind-blowing collection of paintings. 

Classics by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka, and Richard Gerstl are on display.

Attersee, Death and Life, Lakeside Road near Gmunden, Totentanz, Self-Portrait with Splayed Fingers, and other significant paintings are on exhibit.

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Leopold Museum tickets

You have two modes of availing tickets: offline and online. 

Where to buy Leopold Museum tickets

You can purchase your Leopold Museum admission tickets at the cash desk of the Museum or far in advance online.

If you intend to purchase them at the attraction, you must first line up at the ticket desk and wait for your turn. This can be time-consuming and very exhausting.

The second and preferable alternative is to buy Leopold Museum tickets online.

When you purchase tickets online, you save time by avoiding the ticket counter queue and can book tickets anytime and anywhere. 

How online ticket works

Go to the Leopold Museum ticket website, select a date and number of tickets, and buy them immediately.

When you book, you will receive an email with your tickets.

Upon reaching the attraction, head to the entrance and show your smartphone ticket at the fast-lane cash desk with the Tiqets logo.

Smartphone tickets are accepted at the museum, so you don’t have to take printouts.

Ticket price

Adult ticket (19+ years): € 15
Senior Citizens ticket (65+ years): € 11
Student ticket (20 to 26 years) with valid Student ID: € 11
Youth ticket (8 to 19 years): € 2.50
Small child ticket (up to 7 years): Free

Combo tickets

Kunsthistorisches Museum + Leopold Museum

Kunsthistorisches Museum + Leopold Museum
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A combined ticket to the Kunsthistorisches Museum and the Leopold Museum will enhance your experience.

Get closer to the masterpieces by Caravaggio, Titian, Peter Paul Rubens, and more with a single ticket. 

Enjoy the world’s largest artwork by Dutch painter Pieter Bruegel the Elder from the 16th century.

From Tuesday to Friday, the Museum opens at 10 am and closes at 6 pm, but the closing time for Thursday is 9 pm. 

This ticket costs you € 31.35 with a saving of € 3.

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Leopold Museum + Belvedere Palace

Leopold Museum + Belvedere Palace
Image: Leopoldmuseum.org, thepalacebelvedere.com

Pick a combined ticket to the Leopold Museum and Belvedere Palace and immerse yourself in a world of luxurious Baroque magnificence.

For culture enthusiasts seeking the beauty of Vienna, Belvedere Palace is a must-see.

Belvedere Palace is just 8 minutes away by car, so don’t wait for your next trip. 

This ticket costs you € 29.36 with a saving of € 3.

Albertina Museum + Leopold Museum

Albertina Museum + Leopold Museum
Image: Leopoldmuseum.org, Albertina.at

The Albertina is housed in the largest of the Habsburgs’ private palaces and holds the world’s greatest and most valuable collection of graphics. 

You can experience Monet to Picasso, 20 spectacular staterooms, the permanent Batliner Collection, and more with this combo ticket!

Discover the exquisite art and imperial splendor of the Habsburgs by purchasing a combo ticket “Albertina Museum + Leopold Museum.”

 This combo ticket costs € 32.90.

How to reach Leopold Museum

Address: Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien, Austria. Get Directions

You can reach Leopold Museum via both public and private transport. 

By Subway

You can take the U3 line to Volkstheater station, a 5-minute walk from Leopold Museum. 

By Tram

Tram is another mode of transportation that will take you to the Leopold Museum. You can take Tram lines 1, 2, and D to Dr.-Karl-Renner-Ring, a 9-minute walk from Leopold Museum. 

By Bus

Multiple buses can help you get down to the Leopold Museum. You can take 13A and 48A buses to St. Ulrichs Platz, which is 550 meters away from the Museum. 

One can also take the same bus to Volkstheater U, which is 450 meters away from the attraction. 

Visitors can also take the 48A bus from Kellermanngasse to Leopold Museum, which is just at a distance of 800 meters. 

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If you’re driving, you can turn on your Google Maps.

Car Parking

We advise parking your car in the garage next to MuseumsQuartier’s main entrance. 

The parking spaces are open throughout the day.

Leopold Museum timings 

Leopold Museum opens at 10 am every day of the week. However, the museum remains closed on Tuesdays.

The closing time for the Museum throughout the week is the same, and that is 6 pm. 

The best part is that the museum remains open even on public holidays. 

Best time to visit Leopold Museum

The best time to visit Leopold Museum is as soon as it opens at 10 am.

When you arrive early, you beat the crowd and can devote more time to exploring the exhibits. 

There will be fewer tourists and fewer people in your photos.

How long does Leopold Museum take

It takes 2 to 3 hours to explore Leopold Museum.

If you wish to eat or drink something at Leopold Cafe, you can expect your stay to extend by an hour more. 

Where to eat at Leopold Museum

There is only one cafe named “Cafe Leopold” located on level 2 of the Leopold Museum. 

The cafe is accessible from the outside, so it is not mandatory to have a museum ticket to visit the cafe.

Café Leopold serves a distinct blend of Asian and other International cuisines, supplemented by regional classics.

The open-air café beside the MQ main square’s water basin welcomes visitors to linger during the summer.

The cafe runs throughout the week from 10 am to 12 pm.


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