Landesgalerie Linz houses modern, contemporary art and photography. Founded in 1855 by Adalbert Stifter for the "enlightenment and education of the bourgeoisie", the building now functions as the main museum of the Upper Austrian Provincial Museums. Landesgalerie Linz was built until 1895, according to the plans of the Berlin architect Bruno Schmitz. Today, the Landesgalerie is the museum for Upper Austrian modern and contemporary art.
The collection includes around 1,000 paintings, sculptures and installations, as well as the world's largest collection of works by the Austrian illustrator Alfred Kubin. In addition, the museum houses an important photography collection.
The Landesgalerie offers an extensive programme for children and families. Regular family tours of the current exhibitions are offered. Additionally, creative workshops and many holiday activities are available.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00 - 18:00
Thursday 09:00 - 21:00
Saturday, Sunday, Holidays 10:00 - 17:00
Monday is closed (except Holidays)!
Adults € 6,50
Reduced € 4,50
Tour Cards 1h € 3,00
Tour Card for children and adults 1,5h € 4,00
Art-factory (for children) € 6,00
Groups of 8 people or more € 5,00
People aged 60 older - free entry
School classes - free entry
After-school care clubs € 1,00 per person