Information

Adress & Opening hours

Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig / Museum of Fine Arts Leipzig

Katharinenstraße 10
D-04109 Leipzig
T +49 341 216 99 0
F +49 341 216 99 999
mdbk@leipzig.de

Monclosed
Tue, Thu–Sun10 am-6 pm
Wed12 pm-8 pm
German/Saxony Public holidays*10 am-6 pm

*Easter Monday, May 1, Ascension Day, Whit Monday, Day of Prayer and Repentance, October 3 & 31, December 25 & 26.

Closed on December 24 & 31.

Library

T +49 341 21 69 99 32

Currently open by appointment  to
anka.lazarus@leipzig.de
sebastian.stumpe@leipzig.de
      

Shop MZIN

https://www.mzin.de/
mail@mzin.de
T +49 341 991 11 35

during museum opening hours

CAFÉ TREFF

T +49 163 7260794

during museum opening hours

Year Pass

→ Free admission to the museum
→ Invitations to exhibition openings and events
→ Overview of MdbK's exhibition calendar

Prices

1-day-ticket10 € (reduced 5 €*)
evening special ticket 1 hour before closing
5 €
Annual ticket45 € (reduced 22,50 €*)
Tour fee for 1,5 h (max. 20 persons)90 €
surcharge for foreign language 10 €
Group rate from 10 visitors
7,50 €/person

Free admission for children aged up to 18.
Free admission every 1st Wednesday in the month.

Tickets are available at the museums pay desk.

*The following persons are entitled to a reduction on presentation of proof: students and trainees, owner of Leipzig-Card, persons of Federal Voluntary Service, persons performing military and civil service, severely disabled persons with a degree of disability of 50%, volunteer pass of Freiwilligen-Agentur Leipzig e. V, Saxon volunteer pass and Leipzig-Pass.

The museum is located in the heart of Leipzig. Close to the central station (Hauptbahnhof), public transportation is only a few minutes' walk away. Click herefor an overview of possible accomodation in Leipzig.

Art Mediation

We are pleased to announce that museum visits for pupils are still possible. Please inform yourself about our offer under PARCOURS AND WORKSHOPS.
Self-guided tours for classes are also possible and must be booked at least one week in advance.
The programmes of the special exhibitions can be found on the respective exhibition page.

REGISTRATIONS
Registration and advice at: +49 341 216 999 23 | kunstvermittlung@leipzig.de

PROGRAMME

PARCOURS AND WORKSHOPS
The art education programme for educational institutions and groups with information on our formats and events can be found here.

SCHOOL DIGITAL
The content on our digital platform Padlet is aimed at all grade levels. Images, texts, background information and concrete instructions for action enable an artistic-practical engagement with selected works on current exhibitions.
Click here for the ANDREAS GURSKY padlet
Click here for the padlet CASPAR DAVID FRIEDRICH AND THE DÜSSELDORFER ROMANTICS

SUMMER HOLIDAY SPECIAL. TINO SEHGAL

We offer you the unique chance to become a living work of art! The museum's large terrace becomes a playground: You can play in a huge empty exhibition space, get to know the museum in a whole new way or test yourself out. Do you feel like being loud and singing in the museum? Then get in touch with us! After the experience in the museum room, we offer you a workshop to deepen your experience practically and with words. This offer is also suitable for groups.

19.07., 20.07. and 22.07.2022
10-16 hrs in each case
Costs: free of charge, with lunch
Registration: kunstvermittlung@leipzig.de

Also outside the holidays: Tino Sehgal. Invitation to play at the MdbK
Every weekend from 10-4 pm for children from 7 to 13 years.
You can find more info in the invitation...

BLAUMACHEN
We invite visitors of all ages to explore artistic questions and methods in changing exhibitions.
Wednesdays are free of charge, 2-6 pm. Dates and themes can be found in our calendar. Free of charge

Guided Tours

ATTENTION: To prevent the spread of coronavirus special safety measures apply. We kindly thank you for your understanding and your cooperation!

GROUPS AND GUIDED TOURS
Please contact our visitor service:
+49 341 21 69 99 14
mdbk@leipzig.de

Please click here for the prices.

 

Accessibility

Entrances at the MdbK

The entrance on Katharinenstraße provides direct access to the museum. Visitors with limited mobility (wheelchairs or prams) are directed to enter the museum via the entrance on Böttchergasse.

In the Museum

There is an elevator to all levels of MdbK, equipped with a broad doorway and low buttons for comfortable wheelchair use. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms can be found on the ground floor. Every level provides over sufficient seating furniture. A wheelchair is available at the entrance.

Group admissions and guided tours

The MdbK offers museum visit programs for student groups with learning disabilities.

Accessibility is important for us and still in progress.