Families in the Museum der Moderne Salzburg


- Entry is free of charge for children below the age of 6 years.
- Family card (at least one parent + child): € 12
  (plus MönchsbergAufzug Lift € 3.40)
- Concessionary family card with the Salzburg Family Pass: € 11
  (plus MönchsbergAufzug lift € 3.40)
Family Annual Pass: € 50
  (valid for two adults and children up to the age of 15 years;
  for one year starting from the date of issue)
- Attendance fee for children's program: € 2/child
  (for detailed information visit For young people)


Situated in the foyer of the museum at the Mönchsberg there is a cloakroom with lockers for larger bags.


Wheelchair access via the MönchsbergAufzug (entrance Griesgasse) to the Museum der Moderne Salzburg and to all exhibition levels. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms on level [1] at the Museum der Moderne Salzburg and on level [3] at the m32 restaurant.

Wheelchair access to the site Rupertinum via Sigmund-Haffner Gasse 22 possible (please ring the bell). Wheelchair-accessible restrooms on the ground floor and on level [1].

WC & Babies' Changing Room

The toilet and a babies' changing room are situated in the foyer of the museum.


Prams can be taken into the exhibitions. All levels can be reached by lift.  At the Infopoint at the Mönchsberga buggy can be borrowed free of charge. 

Food & drink

In the exhibition areas it is not permitted to eat or drink. Visit the M32 restaurant or the Sarastro restaurant and enjoy a magnificent view over Salzburg's Old City.

Children's programme

On Family Sundays in the Museum der Moderne Salzburg at the Mönchsberg workshops take place for children, starting from the age of 5 years.In the Museum der Moderne Salzburg in the Rupertinum workshops take place for children, starting from the age of 3 years.

You will find the current events here For young people.

Tips and ideas for the museum visit

To structure your visit to the exhibition in an entertaining way, you don't need to be an art expert. There are lots of possibilities to discover things together. Here we have put together some tips and ideas for you.

I spy with my little eye...
A child takes a look around and picks out a work of art or a detail from a work of art. Who will reveal the secret?

Imitate a pose
Secretly pick out a work of art with a person in it. Take a careful look at the work and then imitate the pose. Who will guess which work you have in mind?

You bring along a pencil and paper for your visit the museum. Sketching a picture, you look more carefully at a work of art; for a short time it is completely the focus of your attention.

For further information, please contact our team for communicating art:
T +43 662 84 22 20-351, 352 or 356 or kunstvermittlung@mdmsalzburg.at

Tuesday - Sunday: 
10.00 am - 6.00 pm
10.00 am - 8.00 pm
Monday: closed