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

Wed1 to 4 p.m.
and by appointment

Closed on 14.02.2024

Shop MZIN

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

during museum opening hours

CAFÉ TREFF

info@cafecantona.com

during museum opening hours

Note

Every year the MdbK receives a large number of catalogs, portfolios, illustrations, etc. sent in on the initiative. We ask for your understanding that we cannot respond to every submission. In addition, we generally cannot return this material, nor are we liable for it.

Year Pass

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

Prices

Permanent Exhibition Art 15th to 19th centuryfree Admission
Exhibitions 3rd Floor Bilderkosmos #2, Evelyn Richter. Freundinnen8 € / red. 4 € / group 6 € p. p.
Kombiticket Exhibitions10 € / red. 5 €* / group 7,50 € p. p.**
Kombiticket
evening special ticket exhibtions 1 hour before closing
50 % of the regular price in each case
Annual ticket45 € / red. 22,50 €*
Tour fee for 1,5 h (max. 20 persons)90 €
surcharge for foreign language 10 €

Free admission for children aged up to 18.
Every 1st Wednesday in the month 3 € for the exhibitions

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.

**Group rate valid from 10 persons

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

The art meditation programme for educational institutions and groups with information on our formats and events can be found here. More about PARCOURS AND WORKSHOPS, please click here (only in German). 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
Counselling hours:
Monday to Wednesday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.| Thursday 9 a.m. - 12 a.m.

FRAME PROGRAMME FOR EVELYN RICHTER
As part of the exhibition Evelyn Richter. A Photographer's Life, we are offering events and workshops for educational institutions as well as a holiday programme. More information can be found here.

OPEN PROGRAMMES
The art education programme regularly offers workshops and discussion formats for children, young people, families and adults. Based on joint art viewings in the collections and special exhibitions, starting points are found for discussions and the testing of artistic methods and techniques.
The programmes do not require registration, the number of participants is limited.
Information and advice: Anna Jäger | +49 341 216 999 23 | kunstvermittlung@leipzig.de

EMDEBEKA 4+
A workshop with changing questions and artistic practice for children aged 4+.
Once a month, Sundays 10.30-12 a.m., accompaniment by adults possible.
Dates and topics can be found in our calendar.
Cost: 3 euros

EMDEBEKA 7+
A workshop with changing questions and artistic practice for children aged 7 and over.
Once a month, Sundays 10.30-12 a.m., unaccompanied by an adult. Dates and topics can be found in our calendar.
Cost: 3 euros

BLAUMACHEN
We invite visitors of all ages to explore artistic questions and methods in changing exhibitions.
Every admission-free Wednesday from 3pm to 7pm. Dates and themes can be found in our calendar.
free of charge

SPRICH MIT MIR! / TALK TO ME!
In this language tandem, German-speaking and German-learning women look at works of art together, exchange ideas and get to know each other's concepts and perspectives. A co-operation with Frauenkultur Leipzig e.V.
Dates and topics can be found in our ccalendar.
Second Wednesday of the month from 3-5 p.m.
free of charge

60+
A dialogue-based guided tour through the collection or one of the current special exhibitions for the 60+ generation and all other interested parties.
Dates and topics can be found in our calendar.
free of charge

HOLIDAYS
During the summer, autumn and winter holidays, we invite all children and young people to our holiday workshops.
Dates and topics for the current holiday programme can be found here.
Registration is required.

SCHOOL DIGITAL
The content on our digital platform Padlet is aimed at all class levels. Images, texts, background information and specific instructions enable a practical artistic exploration of selected works from current exhibitions.
Click here for the Padlet ANDREAS GURSKY
Click here for the Padlet CASPAR DAVID FRIEDRICH UND DIE DÜSSELDORFER ROMANTIKER

Guided Tours

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

Guidance system

The MdbK wants to be a place for everyone. Therefore, a guidance system is gradually being implemented to enable a comfortable and barrier-free visit to the museum. The experiences of visitors were taken into account when developing the system. It starts with contrast markings at the entrances to the museum and on the stairs, tactile reliefs and Braille lettering in the stairwells.


Museum entrances

The Katharinenstraße and Böttchergässchen entrances are suitable for wheelchair users and pushchairs. The doors can be opened automatically and are provided with contrast markings.


In the museum

All floors of the MdbK are accessible via a lift with wide doors and low controls for wheelchair users. The toilets in the basement are barrier-free. There is sufficient seating on all floors and in the exhibition rooms. Wheelchairs can be borrowed from the ticket office. There are tactile reliefs and Braille signs in the stairwells.


MdbK [hubs]

The MdbK has a total of seven inclusive information stations that provide new access to works in the collection presentation. Further information on the project can be found here.

Accessible web is important to us - We are currently working on the function for restricted use! Thank you for your understanding!

 


 

Press enquiry

Please send enquiries about press dates and press material to presse.mdbk@leipzig.de.