The Vienna International Centre (VIC) is located in Vienna's Donaustadt area across the Danube, just seven minutes from the city centre by U-Bahn.
The street address is Wagramer Straße 5, 1220 Vienna, Austria, with the Visitors Entrance located right next to the "Kaisermühlen/Vienna International Centre" U-Bahn stop.
We recommend the use of public transportation.
All visitors to the United Nations 18 years and older, and unaccompanied children over the age of 12, require a valid government-issued photo identification issued by a Member State or an Observer State of the United Nations to enter the Vienna International Centre. Photo identification must be original (no photographs nor photocopies accepted) and can include a passport, driver's license or national identity card. Children on school tours should bring their school ID card (Schülerausweis).
Yes. Please allow time to pass through the security screening before checking in for your tour.
You may not bring weapons of any kind (including knives and weapon replicas) into the VIC. Any illegal items found during the security check will be confiscated and reported to the Austrian police. Legal but prohibited items, such as sharp tools or toy weapons, will be returned at the end of the tour.
Please leave large bags and backpacks at home as there is no coat room or luggage storage on-site.
There are no lunch or dining options available to visitors on guided tours. Snacks, soft drinks and coffee are available from vending machines at the Visitors Centre before and after tours.
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Visitors are asked to arrive at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start of the tour. If your group is delayed, please call 0043-1-26060-3328. If you arrive at the Visitors Service Counter after the start time of your tour, we may not be able to honour your reservation.
Tours for individual visitors and small groups are usually conducted in English or German. Further languages may be possible ad-hoc, depending on the preferences of tour participants and the availability of tour guides.
Yes, photography (personal cameras, camera phones) is permitted but not video or audio recording. Also, depending on the meetings taking place, your Tour Guide might indicate that photography is not permitted in certain areas. Delegates and staff as well as security installations may not be photographed.
No. All coats and backpacks must be carried while on tour. No luggage storage is available.
No, there is no possibility to withdraw cash in the Visitors Centre.
We encourage our visitors to arrive by public transportation, as there is no on-site parking, and drop-off options are very limited. If you arrive by bus, ask your bus driver to stop on the side street at Wagramer Strasse 5.
We welcome children of all ages, though tour content is most suitable for children 6 years and older.
Up to two teachers enter free when accompanying groups of primary and secondary school children. This discount does not apply to the leaders of adult groups or university students.
No. The Vienna International Centre is closed to visitors on weekends.
Please dress appropriately for the international diplomatic environment of the United Nations. For example, offensive slogans on clothing or highly revealing outfits would not be acceptable.
No. Visitors must join a tour to enter the Vienna International Centre.
The UN in Vienna is closed to visitors on the official UN Holidays and for two weeks over the end of the year.
Yes. The tour route is barrier-free and accessible for everyone. The tour content can be adapted on request for visitors with various disabilities. Please reach out to us in advance of your visit at email@example.com.
No, at the moment we are not participating in the NOE Card. Regular ticket prices apply.
Please follow general hygiene measures to prevent the spread of any infection and kindly do not join a tour if you feel ill.