Guided Tours

Parallel to our running exhibitions, we offer a free-of-charge art education programme in the form of public guided tours and curator tours. Tours for groups of adults or students by our art education team, the respective guest curator(s), or the artistic director of Kunstraum Niederoesterreich can be arranged upon request. Kunstraum Niederoesterreich warmly invites its audience to come and explore the exhibition together with us.


Curator Tours: Do you have special questions for the guest curator(s)? Guided tours with our international curators are held on different dates over the course of the exhibition.

Would you like to get personally acquainted with our artists? At the beginning of each exhibition visitors can discover the creative process behind the artistic works and engage in dialogue with the artists. Together with the artists, we make a tour through the exhibition. 


Come Together/Come One by One: Do you have particular interest in a topic of one of our exhibitions? On the final day of each exhibition the Come Together tour offers a forum for discussion and questions, where we take a conclusive look at the thematic scope of the exhibition. We invite specialists and experts to this dialogical tour or employ art education methods for collective viewing, thinking, and perceiving.


Due to the current COVID-19 security measures, we have adapted this format for you. In Come One by One tours our art educators are present in the exhibition space as personal “info points” and provide section tours. In this way, visitors can learn more about the artistic works individually, as a couple, or as a family (one household regulation).


Due to the current measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, for our art education offers, the "3-G rule" (tested, vaccinated, recovered) currently applies. This means that you must show proof of a negative test result, a completed vaccination or confirmation of a survived COVID-19 infection.

To participate in public tours, please register at


Kunstraum Niederoesterreich is barrier free. The side entrance (on the left side in front of the courtyard) and the complete exhibition area are fully accessible on the ground level and suitable for visitors in wheelchairs. Therapy dogs can be brought into the exhibitions. There is a public toilet with barrier-free access.

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