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Opening hours

Tu – Su

10am – 6pm


10am – 8pm



Open on the following holidays:
1.11. All Saints Day, 8.12. Immaculate Conception Day, 26.12. St. Stephen’s Day.

Closed on the following holidays:
15.8. Assumption Day, 26.10. National Day, 24. & 25.12. Christmas, 31.12. New Year’s Eve.

In addition, the Nordico Stadtmuseum is closed for renovations from 17 October to 10 November.


Category Price
School groups
parents + children under 18
under 7
Persons with special needs3
  1. Groups, senior citizens, cooperation partners
  2. Students up to 27, apprentices, state service, Aktivpass der Stadt Linz
  3. Free admission for accompanying persons
The Kulturcard 365 and the Linz Card are available at the museum box office. There is free admission for senior citizens every tuesday from 3 pm. Accessibility for cashless payment via EC terminal is possible for people in wheelchairs.
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Seniors’ Day

On Tuesdays from 3 p.m., admission is free for senior citizens.

Linz AG Sunday

Two for One” admission discount every Sunday: the first (higher-priced) admission must be paid, the second person is free. Children up to 13 years of age are admitted free of charge.



by public transport


Line 1,2 or 3: Get off at Mozartkreuzung or Taubenmarkt (each approx. 8 minutes walk away)

From Linz Hauptbahnhof: direction of train Universität (Lines 1,2) or Landgutstraße (Line 3)

by car

A1 Westautobahn, exit at the junction Linz to A7 Mühlkreisautobahn

Follow A7 Mühlkreisautobahn towards Linz/​Prague /​Freistadt for 12.1 km.

Leave the A7 at Exit 12 Linz-Hafenstraße, follow Untere Donaulände towards Linz-Zentrum for 1 km, turn left to Graben, which leads into Dametzstraße. 

Parking facilities:

City Parkhaus
Bethlehemstraße 12
0732 77 36 11

Underground car park Im Zentrum“
Dametzstraße 34 – 36
0732 77 29 18

Category Price
Parking rate
per half an hour
Parking rate
2,5 to 5 hours

Click here for information about parking spaces for persons with special needs.

Covid-19-Rules for a visit

According to the current Covid-19 Basic Measures Ordinance, there are no restrictions (no G detection, no mask requirement) for visiting the museum.

As a precautionary measure, we nevertheless ask you to observe the following points:

  • Masks are still compulsory for guided tours, unless a fixed distance is guaranteed by a special setting (e.g. seating).
  • For larger crowds, we recommend wearing an FFP2 mask.
  • Continue to keep a safe distance from other visitors and staff.
  • Cough and sneeze into a handkerchief or the crook of your arm.
  • Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds and use our disinfectant dispensers.
  • If you have symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath or breathing difficulties, please refrain from visiting the museum.

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