Plan your visit

The leading Swiss museum of design and visual communication welcomes you at two sites in Zurich – at Ausstellungsstrasse and at the Toni-Areal.

Visitor information

Sites & getting here
Tuesday–Sunday 10am–5pm
Thursday 10am–8pm
Monday closed

Special opening hours and public holidays:

Day ticket
for one site CHF 12/8*
for both sites CHF 15/10

Annual pass CHF 50/25*

Please note that you are required to produce valid ID at the ticket office.

*Reduced admission

Groups of 10 or more (advance booking required)

Students and apprentices

Senior citizens

People with disabilities, free admission for the accompanying person (if required)


The Museum für Gestaltung Zürich is committed to ensuring that access to its exhibitions and services is as barrier-free as possible.

Trained staff are happy to assist and are available for information during the registration process or on site.

Inclusive offerings


All areas are wheelchair accessible or can be reached with staff assistance. Accompanying persons of people with disabilities are entitled to free admission. Designated guide and assistance dogs are allowed. Venue rooms are equipped with an inductive hearing system. Seating as well as folding stools are available.

Further detailed information (mobility impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment) on the accessibility of the respective location can be found on the Procap access monitor:


For information about accessibility, please contact Manuela Moor:
+41 43 446 67 35

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The visitor regulations are intended to enable you to enjoy your visit and to provide for the safety of all persons and objects.

Children & co
Helping to shape things from an early age! Especially for children and their companions the museum offers workshops, guided tours and more.
The museum offers an inspiring learning environment and tours and workshops specifically designed for school children.
Above 16
Already created something today? The diverse mediation offering provides you with extraordinary insights into topics of design.
The museum creates offerings for people with and without disabilities to participate in together.