14 Euro – Regular
12 Euro – Reduced: Seniors (65 and over)
8 Euro – Reduced: Children (12 and over), Students (under 27), People with Disabilities
0 Euro – Free: Children (under 12), Friends & Patrons
30 Euro – Family: (2 Adults and their children under 19)
35 Euro – Annual Ticket
As a non-profit museum, we rely on admission fees for funding. We therefore kindly as for you understanding that we cannot accept the Ö1 card, Salzburg Card or other membership cards.
Our guided tours focus on selected works and stories from Max Beckmann’s master class – for a price of five euros (+ admission). On the first and third Saturday of every month at 3 pm. We kindly ask you to pre-register.
5 Euro per Person + Admission fees
Private Guided Tours: On request, up to max. 25 people, in English or German
130 Euro + Admission fees
The Museum is located on the first floor and also has a lift to ensure accessibility.
Those wishing to use the lift should please contact us in advance by telephone, at +43 (0)662 276231.
Internal dimensions of the lift 110 x 78 cm
Width of the door 80 cm
Filming and photography without a flashlight and tripod are allowed for private use only. Photography for political and scientific reasons as well as the distribution of the imagery on the Internet are subject to permission.
Our museum is located in a pedestrian zone and there are public parking lots, as well as garages in the immediate vicinity.
Using public transport
You can take any one of busses Nos. 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 14, 20, 25 or 28 to the stop “Rathaus”. Then walk across the Alter Markt, turning right at the Café Tomaselli and left into the Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse. The Museum is several metres further on, to your right. The exhibition space is on the first upper floor.
It takes some five minutes to walk from the bus stop.
Park your car in the Altstadtgarage B in the Mönchsberg. Take the Toscaninihof exit, go through the Toscaninihof itself, then turn right into Franziskanergasse. Then take the first left into the Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse, where you will find the Museum on your left, after about 100 metres. The exhibition space is on the first upper floor.
It takes some ten minutes to walk from the car park.
Prof. Dr. Heinz R. Böhme non-profit-Foundation
Museum Kunst der Verlorenen Generation
Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 12/1st floor
A-5020 Salzburg, Austria
Phone: +43 662 276231
Director General & Chairman of the Foundation
Prof. Dr. Heinz R. Böhme
General Manager & Curator
Marie-Christin Gebhardt, MA
Museum Development & Fundraising
Colette Ward, MA
Communication & Exhibition Management
Sarah Hofstätter, BA
Collection Management & Art Education
Maximiliane Luise Seng, BA
Alessandra Vitale, BA
There are currently no open job positions.
We nevertheless look forward to your application for future positions.