Our address:
Schottenstift Abbey, Freyung 6 - 1. Hof UG, 1010 Wien
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Plan for printing [PDF, 304 kb]

With public transport:

Version 1: Station Schottentor
Line U2, Tram D, 1, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44; Bus 1a, 40a.
Exit "Schottengasse": Walk approx. 150m along Schottengasse (with your back to the big church / Votivkirche). Then turn left into Helfersdorferstraße and after 10m (right next to yellow Raiffeisen Bank) through the small entrance into the courtyard of the Schottenstift abbey. Walk straight on for 70m - after the two beer gardens you can see on the left side our stairway: you will find us ione floor below the ground.

Version 2: Station Herrengasse
Line U3, Bus 2a, 3a
Exit "Herrengasse": After approx. 20m on the Fahnengasse (oposite direction as underground exit) you will reach Herrengasse. Turn right, and walk along Herrengasse for about 250m (past Cafe Central). After the parking garage entrance the Herrengasse crosses with Freyung. You can see the Schottenkirche (right side - big & yellow church). Walk through the big archway left of the church into the courtyard of the Schottenstift abbey. Right afterwards you see our stairway straight ahead (middle of courtyard): you will find us ione floor below the ground.


With car:

Monday - Friday (working days) from 9am until 10pm parking charges apply in the first district (Parking Tickets, also via mobile phone). 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 oposite of our entrance, there's a Wipark Garage. Currently 4€ per hour are charged (information provided without guarantee!).


With a wheelchair:

Dear wheel chair users, unfortunately our own elevator is out of service. Please give us a call (01 / 890 60 60) or ask a companion to inform our reception team. One of our employees will accompany you via the elevator of our neighbours.

We take great care to make it possible for anybody - regardless of disabilities - to visit our exhibition. However we ask you to let us know in advance so we can plan a smaller group where necesary.