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Plan your visit - opening hours, directions and more

General Rules Expand Box
  • Always wear a mouth-nose protective mask in all our museums.
  • Keep your distance! Maintain at least 1 metre’s distance from all persons not living in your household or who do not belong to your group of visitors. 
  • Wash your hands regularly! Clean your hands regularly and thoroughly with water and soap or disinfectant.
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose and mouth! In this way you avoid spreading viruses from your hands to your face.
  • Maintain hygiene with your breath! Cough or sneeze into the crook of your arm or into a tissue which you dispose of immediately. Pay in cash wherever possible!
  • If you feel ill or fear that you are falling ill, stay at home or dial the telephone number 1450.
  • If you belong to the COVID-19 risk group, consider seriously whether you wish to take the risk of exposure to possible infection.


Rules for guided tours and events Expand Box

Limited space available:

  • Tours/events without fixedseats: max. 10 persons
  • Indoor tours/events, fixedseats: max. 250 persons
  • Outdoor tours/events, fixedseats: max. 500 persons


Rules on distance:

For all tours and events (indoor, outdoor, with or without fixed seats), please maintain 1 metre’s distance to all persons not living in your household or who do not belong to your group of visitors. 



Only enter our museums with a mouth-nose protective mask and wear it continuously during your visit to the museum.

We are pleased to be able to welcome you once again in our museum. Our staff are familiar with the rules currently in force concerning hygiene and distance and would like to ensure you a pleasant visit to the museum.

Opening Hours
Tue-Sun, public holidays 10am - 5pm

Advance time slot booking (for visits 10.15 am - 12.15 am, 12.30 pm - 14.30 pm, 3 pm - 5 pm).
Advance programme booking 

Opening hours OHO!
Tues-Sat, 10 am-12 pm


Open in addition:
26th October 2020
5th April 2021
24th May 2021
1st November 2021

24th/25th December 2020
1st January 2021
16th February 2021
24th/25th December 2021

We are looking forward to your visit!

Getting to CoSA at Joanneumsviertel

Parking in Graz

The Kunsthaus Graz includes a parking garage by Kastner & Öhler department store underneath the building (access via Lendkai). Our museums in downtown Graz are located within walking distance. Furthermore, downtown Graz provides a variety of additional parking garages at different rates. Please visit the official parking services website for more information.

Arrive with public transportation

Are you traveling by train, bus or tram? Then plan your visit with the Verbundlinien - the best way to get around in downtown Graz and in Styria.

Currently at CoSA

Our calendar provides on overview of all ongoing exhibitions, events and tours.


Currently at Natural History Museum

That might also interest you.

Our calendar provides on overview of all ongoing exhibitions, events and tours.


The Joanneumsviertel

In addition to the Natural History Museum, the Joanneumsviertel offers many other attractions. You can find a detailed overview here.


Café - Bar - Restaurant OHO!

Opening hours OHO!

Tues-Sat 10am - 12pm
Kitchen: 12pm - 2:30pm and 6-10pm

Closed: Mon, Sun, Public holidays

Anna Winter and Anita Kurz 
Joanneumsviertel 6, 8010 Graz
Tel: +43-660/2661056

Joanneumsviertel, barrierefreier Zugang, Foto: UMJ / M. Hall


Contact for accessibility inquiries

The exhibition spaces of CoSA have not been evaluated by CEDOS.

The disabled access public car park on the Kalchberggasse can be used by museum visitors.

The level entrance to the Joanneum Quarter with disabled access can be found to the left of the Café Joan on the western side of the square. An automatic door leads from here to the lift. The door is suitable for wheelchair and pushchair access. The lift also provides access to the basement. Here visitors will find a visitor centre with a counter and the starting point for the various tours.

Disabled access toilets are available in the visitor centre and there is an induction system available for deaf visitors.

CoSA is located at the first floor of the Natural History Museum.

Light portable chairs are available for visitors who need to sit down. These can be positioned wherever required.

The Café offers disabled access on the courtyard side (!). The square side has a step up into the building. A disabled access toilet is also available.

House Rules

We are pleased to welcome you in our museums! In order to ensure both your personal security and the security of the items exhibited, may we draw your attention to our house rules.