Regular opening hours
Tuesday to Thursday: 9am – 6pm (last tour at 5pm).
Friday: 9am – 5pm (last tour at 4pm).
Saturday: 10:30am – 5pm (last tour at 4pm).
Further opening hours for group bookings on request.
|Students <27 (Professional or Post Secondary & Tertiary Education), Seniors > 60, People with Disabilities||€ 15,50|
|Students <19 (Primary or Secondary Education or during mandatory civil or military service)||€ 13,50|
|per child <15 (minimum one child)||€ 12,50|
|per adult (maximum two parents / guardians / adult relatives)||€ 15,50|
Schools of general education (primary or secondary education, as a class), at least 7 pupils, <19
for groups of at least 8 people from institutions of professional/vocational education (apprenticeship etc.) or pupils aged > 18, as well as non-school youth groups
for groups of at least 8 people from post-secondary and tertiary institutions (i.e. colleges, universities)
The easiest and fasted way to book is to call us at: +43 (0) 1 890 60 60.
The hotline is administered by our cooperation partner “Dialogue in the Dark”. When booking, please simply mention that you would like to visit “HANDS UP”.
Deaf visitors can book via e-mail: email@example.com. Please mention if you (or parts of your group) are deaf – and of course that you would like to book “HANDS UP”.
Please also note our opening hours, when planning your visit.
HANDS UP – Immersion in the World of the Deaf
Schottenstift, Freyung 6 (1st Court, Basement Floor), 1010 Vienna, Austria
Version 1: Station Schottentor
Take theU2, trams D, 1, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44; 1a, or 40a bus to the station Schottentor.Take the “Schottengasse” exit. Walk approximately 150m along Schottengasse (with your back to the big church / Votivkirche). Then turn left into Helfersdorferstraße and after 10m (right next to the Raiffeisen Bank), go through the small entrance into the courtyard of the Schottenstift abbey. Walk straight on for 70m – after the two beer gardens you can see our stairway on the left-hand side: you will find us one floor down, below the ground.
Version 2: Station Herrengasse
Take the U3, 2a or 3a bus to the station Herrengasse
Take the “Herrengasse” exit. After approximately 20m on the Fahnengasse (opposite direction to the underground exit), you will reach the Herrengasse. Turn right, and walk along the Herrengasse for about 250m (past Cafe Central). After the parking garage entrance, the Herrengasse crosses Freyung. You can see the Schottenkirche (on the right-hand side – a big, yellow church). Walk through the big archway on the left of the church into the courtyard of the Schottenstift abbey. Right afterwards, you will see our stairway straight-ahead (in the middle of courtyard): you will find us one floor down, below the ground.
Enjoy a relaxed journey on the modern WESTbahn trains. Cheap ticket prices, personal assistance on board, stepless entrances, high punctuality rates and, above all, speed make travelling by WESTbahn an attractive alternative to taking the car. Short intervals between trains due to more than 30 departures per day in both directions (to and from Vienna) make your trip to Vienna easy and uncomplicated. WESTbahn customers receive a € 4, – reduction. More information at westbahn.at .
From the “Wien Praterstern” station, you can reach us easily using the U2, from “Wien Westbahnhof”, take the U3.
Monday – Friday (working days) from 9am until 10pm, parking charges apply in the first district (parking tickets are compulsory and can be bought from tobacco shops (Trafik) or via mobile phone if you register at www.handyparken.at). Outside of these hours, you do not need to pay. Please read the “small print” on the road signs – some surrounding parking lots are reserved for residents.
On the crossing Herrengasse & Freyung, that is directly opposite of our entrance, there is a Wipark Garage. Parking costs 4 Euros per hour (information provided without guarantee!).
Dear wheelchair users, Unfortunately, we cannot currently accommodate wheel chair users as visitors due to technical reasons and requirements by the authorities. We are working on solving this as soon as possible.
We take great care to ensure our exhibition is fully accessible so that everyone – regardless of disabilities – can visit us. However, we would kindly ask you to let us know when booking so we can plan smaller groups if necessary.