Tue / Thu–Sun 11 am–5 pm
Wed 11 am–8 pm
Free lockers are available on site.
Museum Haus Konstruktiv is wheelchair accessible. An in-house wheelchair is available for visitors to borrow free of charge. Admission to the museum is free for any accompanying person required. Guide dogs are welcome. Our team is always happy to assist. Further information: ZugangsMonitor by Procap Kultur Inklusiv (DE / FR / IT)
The shop at Selnaustrasse is open during museum opening hours. You will find a regularly updated assortment of selected products, including limited editions and books, as well as gifts.
The modern café is a place to linger and enjoy refreshments. Welcome are also guests who do not visit the current exhibitions. The café offers you free WLAN and newspapers and features two works by Swiss artist Claudia Comte.
The museum’s top floor with the unique exposed metal structure from the 1940s, offers an reference library – with literature providing an overview of constructivist, concrete, and conceptual art, with exhibition catalogs, monographs on artists, and reference works on art history.
The library can be visited on request:
+41 (0)44 217 70 81
The "Rockefeller Dining Room" by Fritz Glarner from 1963/64 is one of the most important spatial designs of constructivist-concrete art and is one of the centerpieces of the collection of Museum Haus Konstruktiv.
The Rockefeller Dining Room can be booked for special events. Please contact us:
+41 (0)44 217 70 84
Museum Haus Konstruktiv is supported by its patrons, members and