Tram 4/13/17, «Museum für Gestaltung»
Disability parking is available outside the museum entrance. Fee-based parking is available at the near-by Parkhaus Hauptbahnhof on Sihlquai. Bicycle racks are provided outside the museum.
The exhibition rooms at Ausstellungsstrasse are wheelchair-accessible or accessible by lift. Strollers can be deposited at the cloakroom.
Our guided tours and museum education programmes are also wheelchair-accessible.
We kindly ask you to point this out when registering.
Limited fee-based parking including spaces for persons with disabilities is available. Access to the multi-storey car park at the Toni-Areal is via Förrlibuckstrasse. Also located close-by is the multi-storey car park P-West. Bicycle parking is available around the building.
The exhibition rooms at Toni-Areal are wheelchair-accessible. Strollers may be taken into the exhibitions.
For conservation reasons, the number of participants on guided tours of the collection archive is limited to 12 persons. Guided tours are also wheelchair-accessible. We kindly ask you to point this out when registering. Strollers are not permitted in the archives and can be deposited at the museum entrance during the guided tour.
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Toni-Areal
Visit us at the Toni-Areal, our second site in the former industrial district in Zurich West. Come and experience:
daily guided tours of the collection archive (in German, booking recommended)
library and material archive (MIZ)
café Momento, bistrot Chez Toni & music club Mehrspur
Samuel Blumer, Therma flatiron, design: approx. 1927, Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Design Collection
Use the new eGuide to explore the design- and graphic highlights at our main site on Ausstellungsstrasse! The fully virtual eGuide offers background information and stories – in images and texts, videos and sound – on more than 200 exhibits from the museum's collection as well as tours on various topics for children and adults.
You can use the eGuide free of charge on your own smartphone or borrow one of our devices during your visit at the site Ausstellungsstrasse.
The museum café at Ausstellungsstrasse offers a regional and sustainable range of fresh food and beverages. Treat yourself to a cup of hand-roasted coffee or try our changing menu of cold and warm dishes over lunchtime.
Product design and visual communication, fashion and decorative arts, architecture and photography: let us guide you through our temporary exhibitions and our newly launched collection exhibitions at Ausstellungsstrasse. Or take a look behind the scenes of the collection archive at the Toni-Areal.
Since 2019, the Pavillon Le Corbusier on Lake Zurich is run as a public museum by the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich on behalf of the City of Zurich. Completed in 1967, it is the last building designed by the important architect and his only building made of steel and glass.
Discover the architectural jewel, temporary exhibitions and events: