The main entrance of Dom Museum Wien is accessible without steps (Door width: 154cm, power operated door).
Exhibition spaces on the upper floor can be accessed by elevator (Elevator door width: 102 cm).
The accessibility of all collection areas is guaranteed.
The restrooms are also barrier-free.
Guide dogs are permitted.
A wheelchair is available to be borrowed from the museum desk.
Die Dom Museum Wien App (free download for Apple and Android, or available on rental devices at the museum admission desk) which features detailed descriptions of the permanent exhibition can be operated independently by blind and visually impaired persons using talk-back or voice-over mode. The language selection also includes Austrian Sign Language ÖGS.

The famous portrait of Rudolf IV. and a section of his precious burial shroud have been rendered as 3D tactile relief sculptures by the Zentrum für Virtual Reality und Visualisierung (VRVis) and are installed in the galleries just next to the original objects.

Large print booklets featuring Simple Language are available throughout the galleries.

Inclusive art education programs geared towards people with different biographical backgrounds, combine art appreciation with creative activities in Dom Atelier. The workshop series "Close to the Center" was developed in collaboration with centers that care for people with dementia. It evokes memories, enables discovery in art and combines both with the here and now.