The Museum of Applied Arts also known as MAK is a decorative arts museum situated in the capital city of Austria, Vienna. The museum was established in 1864 and showcases decorative art mainly but also showcases architecture and contemporary arts. The museum hit the news in 2015 after being the first museum to acquire art based on the cryptocurrency, Bitcoin.
The best way to get to the museum is by using the public transport system in Vienna. You can get there on the underground, take the U3 line to ‘Stubentor’ or the U4 line to ‘Landstraße/Bahnhof Wien Mitte’. Alternatively, you can take the number 2 tram to ‘Stubentor’.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open six days of the week, Tuesday 10am-10pm and Wednesday to Sunday 10am-6pm; Monday is a weekly day of closure. Adult entrance fee is set at 12 euros with concessions entering for 9 euros. Normal museum rules apply. The museum has disability access.