Welcome to the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, the leading Swiss museum of design and visual communication.
We look forward to welcoming you in our main building on Ausstellungsstrasse. The site in the Toni-Areal is closed for reconstruction until December 2, 2021.
- If you have symptoms of illness, please stay at home.
- A protective mask must be worn during the museum visit (from age 12).
- Keep at least 1.5 meters distance from other people.
- Wash your hands thoroughly with soap on a regular basis.
- When coughing and sneezing, keep the crook of your arm in front of your mouth and nose.
Special opening hours and public holidays:
Free admission under 16 years
Annual pass CHF 50/25*
Please note that you are required to produce valid ID at the ticket office.
Groups of 10 or more (advance booking required)
Students and apprentices
People with disabilities, free admission for the accompanying person (if required)
The employees are happy to help and are available for detailed information at registration or on site. Our guided tours and museum education programs are also wheelchair-accessible. We kindly ask you to point this out when registering. Detailed information (mobility impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment) on the accessibility of the respective location can be found (in German) on the Zugangsmonitor von Procap.
The exhibition rooms at Ausstellungsstrasse are wheelchair-accessible or accessible by lift. Strollers can be deposited at the cloakroom.
The exhibition rooms at Toni-Areal are wheelchair-accessible. Strollers may be taken into the exhibitions.
The visitor regulations are intended to enable you to enjoy your visit and to provide for the safety of all persons and objects.
Contributions from an early age! The museum offers special workshops, guided tours and more for children and their companions.
The museum offers schoolchildren and trainees a versatile learning and experimental platform on current design topics.
Have you been designing today? Our diverse educational offerings provide exceptional insights into various design topics.
The Museum für Gestaltung Zürich offers a variety of activities that people with and without disabilities can take part in together.