Neue Galerie Graz – Universalmuseum Joanneum

Key facts at a glance

  • Audio guides, multimedia guides, listening stations
  • Barrier-free toilets
  • Accessible website
  • Barrier-free entrance
  • Barrier-free reception
  • Assistance dogs allowed
  • Reduced admission
  • for people with dementia
  • for people with hearing impairment
  • for people with visual impairment
  • Easy or simple language
  • Inductive hearing system
  • Kulturpass: Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur
  • Special tours & offers
  • Partial tactile orientation aids
  • Rental of rollator/wheelchair


Joanneum Quarter
8010 Graz
Open address in Google Maps
Tue-Sun, public holidays 10:00-18:00
€ 10 for people with a disability card
free for assistant

+43 316 8017-9100


As a museum for modern and contemporary art with an extensive collection of works by Austrian and international artists from the 19th century to the present, the Neue Galerie Graz functions as a center for research into recent art history from the 19th century onwards, with special focuses on 20th century art and numerous connections up to the present day.

Barrier-free accessibility

Entrance: Barrier-free access to the foyer via the lift next to the cafe, with tactile guidance system, marked with a pictogram and button. Stele or acoustic buoy for blind people at the Raubergasse entrance.

Inside the building: Visitor center and cloakroom are wheelchair accessible. Induction system available. Wheelchair accessible toilet with Eurokey. An assistant is required for the lift inside.

In exhibitions: Mobile inductive hearing system, sufficient seating. Exhibition rooms are barrier-free, automatic doors, tables can be wheelchair-accessible, display cases are easy to see, high-contrast labels.

How content is conveyed

in Easy Language: Some labels in easy language.

As audio texts:

  • Audio guide to the exhibitions in German and English
  • Audio guide to Joanneumsviertel in German and English
  • Audio guide to Joanneumsviertel for children
  • Media guide to the Joanneumsviertel in simple language and in English. All audio guides and media guides are also available on the homepage and in the Museum Joanneum app

In sign language: Media guide Joanneumsviertel in Austrian Sign Language. On the homepage and in the Museum Joanneum app

in Braille: Lifts with Braille labels

multimedia: Detailed information on the homepage and in the Museum Joanneum app

Miscellaneous: High-contrast labels, some labels in large font

Inclusive guided tours and offers

Target group-specific tours:

  • tactile tours for visually impaired and blind people
  • Tours with mobile inductive listening system
  • with interpreters in Austrian Sign Language and in Simple Language

On request and at fixed dates.

Including guided tours and workshops: Tours for people with and without dementia. On request and at fixed times.