Linz Kulturcard 365

Von links nach rechts: Georg Steiner (Tourismusdirektor Linz), Isolde Perndl, (OÖ Landes-Kultur GmbH), Margot Nazzal (Kulturdirektorin Land OÖ), Julius Stieber (Kulturdirektor Stadt Linz), Doris Lang-Mayerhofer (Kulturstadträtin), Barbara Infanger (Projektleitung Linz Tourismus), Gernot Barounig (Vorsitzender MUKO, Dir. Museen der Stadt Linz) und Doris Rom (Oberösterreich Tourismus).

Linz – Cultural Capital of Europe has had a lasting impact. The introduction of the Linz Kulturcard 365, which allows admission to 11 museums in the city of Linz and the province of Upper Austria and discounts at 14 partner institutions for an entire year, is a successful follow-up project.
Now a new feature is being added: it’s going digital!

It’s already proven that cooperation between Linz and Upper Austrian museums and exhibition houses and Linz Tourism is an attractive proposition. Tourism is not something that takes place outside, but in the respective region.

“The digitization of the Kulturcard-365 is an important step for the future of museums. The new display system makes it possible to advertise all the exhibitions of Linz’s museums together, so the diversity of the entire museum offering can be shown in one house,” says Culture and Tourism Officer Doris Lang-Mayerhofer, who is enthusiastic about this result from MUKO.

This is how to enter the future well networked and digitalized!

Linz Kulturcard

Lentos Kunstmuseum

Nordico Stadtmuseum

Ars Electronica Center


Francisco Carolinum Linz

OÖ Kulturquartier

voestalpine Stahlwelt

Anton-Bruckner-Museum Ansfelden

Sumerauerhof St. Florian


Marmorschlössl Bad Ischl