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Skip the line Ticket to The Upper Belvedere Palace

€15.90
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  • Built in the 18th century, the Upper Belvedere Palace brings out the enchantment of Vienna, thanks to its architectural beauty and well-manicured gardens.
  • The World Heritage Site is also the site of the Austrian State Treaty.
  • Inside, the museum holds a stunning collection of some 430 artworks spanning 800 years of art history.
  • Learn all about the artworks you see from a multilingual audio guide.
  • See masterpieces from the Middle Ages, like the Baroque collection of "Character Heads" by Franz Xaver Messerschmidt.
  • See also the world's largest collections of works by Gustav Klimt and Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller.
  • This is apart from pieces by Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, and Auguste Rodin.

CARLONE CONTEMPORARY: Rona Pondick
Monkeys, 1998–2001

  • Engage with a horde of hybrid creatures with human parts - Monkeys by Rona Pondick.
  • Available from: 23 Sep 2022 to 8 Jan 2023.
  • Audio guides are available by the ticket counter in German, English, French, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Ukrainian.
  • Rental fees: Permanent collection tour €5.00, Austrian sign language multimedia guide permanent collection € 2.00.
  • For reasons of hygiene, we ask you to use personal headphones (standard 3.5
    mm connection). As an alternative, disposable headphones are provided.
  • Smartify App: Download the free app on App Store or Google Play. Explore the collection, enjoy audio tours from the comfort of your home, save favorite objects and share them with your online community. You can explore the collection or scan an image on-site with your mobile phone and immerse yourself in the history of the works.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

COMBO Upper and Lower Belvedere Palace Tickets

€29.80
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  • Cover both the Upper and Lower Belvedere Palace at a bargain price with this ticket!
  • Immerse yourself in a world of Baroque beauty, from marble halls to manicured gardens in the Upper Belvedere Palace.
  • Discover a range of artistic masterpieces, from Gustav Klimt's The Kiss, to pieces by Van Gogh and Egon Schiele.
  • Soak in the grandeur of the building's Baroque architecture and admire the 430 artworks spanning 800 years of art history.
  • Explore the Lower Belvedere Palace, originally built for Prince Eugene as a residential building.
  • Marvel its staterooms that illustrate the Baroque lifestyle and craftsmanship.
  • Tour The Hall of Grotesques, The Gold Cabinet, The Marble Gallery, and more fascinating rooms.
  • The Baroque gardens between the Upper and Lower Belvedere are ranked among the most beautiful in the world.

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  • Entry to the Upper Belvedere

Lower Belvedere Palace

  • Entry to the Lower Belvedere
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

Skip the line Ticket to The Lower Belvedere Palace

€13.90
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  • Enjoy skip-the-line access to the Lower Belvedere Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with impressive Baroque architecture and interiors.
  • Originally built for the Austrian general, Prince Eugene of Savoy, the building today exhibits beautiful, temporary art exhibitions.
  • Explore works by Austrian artists inside and follow the key movements in Western art history.
  • Plug into an audio guide available in English and German only, for selected temporary exhibitions.
  • Enter Hall of Grotesques and see a variety of painted grotesques on walls and ceilings.
  • Admire the Marble Hall, whose floors and walls are all marble, are interlaced with stucco reliefs.
  • Observe the ceiling here, which includes a relief of Prince Eugene receiving a laurel wreath from an angel, while a manifestation of peace drives away Envy and Hate.
  • Step into the Gold Cabinet, home to gold walls, giant mirrors, and grotesque paintwork.
  • Walk to the Orangery, once a heated conservatory for citrus trees, but after Prince Eugene’s death, it was converted into stables.
  • In 2007, the inside of the Orangery was transformed into a modern, white cube exhibition space.
  • See priceless artworks from the Medieval collection at the Palace Stables.

Joseph Rebell
In Southern Light

  • Explore the first-ever solo exhibition dedicated to the renowned landscape painter Joseph Rebell.
  • Available from: 15 Jun 2022 to 13 Nov 2022.

GROW
The Tree in Art

  • Explore the complex relationship between the mysterious, silent trees and humankind.
  • Available from: 23 Sep 2022 to 8 January 2023.
  • An audio guide is available at the ticket counter in German and English, only for selected temporary exhibitions.
  • Rental fees: Exhibition tour Lower Belvedere, € 4.00.
  • For reasons of hygiene, we ask you to use personal headphones (standard 3.5 mm connection). As an alternative, disposable headphones are provided.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

Belvedere Museum of Contemporary Art

€8.90
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  • Discover the crème de la crème of Vienna's modern art scene at Belvedere 21: Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • The building itself has artistic value - it first appeared in Brussels as the Austrian pavilion for Expo 1958.
  • Escape the long lines outside the building thanks to this ticket and enter at ease.
  • Witness the huge collection of modern artworks acquired by the Austrian state since 1948 at the Artothek des Bundes exhibition.
  • Walk through the outdoor sculpture garden and see works by world-famous artists like Lois Weinberger and Leopold Kessler.
  • Later, if you're up for it, enjoy an art film or two in the superbly stylish 1950's-style cinema, Blickle Kino.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

Combo: Belvedere Palace + Belvedere 21: Museum of Contemporary Art

€38.70
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  • With this pocket-friendly combo, you will get skip-the-line access to the Lower and Upper Belvedere Palace and Belvedere 21: Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Experience both history and modernity with the Belvedere Palace offering you classic art and architecture while the Contemporary Art Museum houses a stunning mix of modern Viennese artworks.
  • Explore the staterooms like The Hall of Grotesques, The Gold Cabinet, and more in the Lower Belvedere building that showcases Baroque architecture.
  • Marble halls and perfectly manicured gardens await you in the Upper Belvedere where you can explore a myriad of masterpieces by artists like Van Gogh and Gustav Klimt.
  • Get ready to experience a range of modern, funky art in the Belvedere Museum of Contemporary Art where numerous art pieces are housed, acquired by the Austrian state since WWII ended.

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Belvedere 21: Museum of Contemporary Art

  • Admission tickets to Belvedere 21: Museum of Contemporary Art
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

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From being known as the City of Music to the City of Dreams, Vienna is a perfect blend of culture, aesthetics and history that makes it one of the most livable cities in the world. Among the numerous architectural masterpieces that the city boasts of, Belvedere Palace is one such edifice that captures the essence of the Austrian capital, with its Baroque sculptures, ornate design and intricate details. 

With its construction dating back to the 18th century, the Belvedere Palace consists of two Baroque palaces, namely the Upper and Lower Belvedere, the Orangery, and the Palace Stables. Keep reading to find out more about Belvedere Palace, tickets, timings and other information that can help you plan your visit.

Why Visit Belvedere Palace?

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  • Built in the 18th century, the construction of Belvedere Palace was commissioned by Austrian general Prince Eugene of Savoy as a summer residence.
  • Designed by the famous Baroque architect Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt, the unique architectural structure of Belvedere Palace is one that takes you back in time.
  • The Palace houses art collections dating back to the Middle ages, preserves Prince Eugene's stucco war trophies in The Marble Gallery and displays grotesques painted on the walls and ceilings.
  • Belvedere Palace features the world's largest collection of Gustav Klimt paintings, which also includes The Kiss and Judith, and even famous works from the periods of Austrian Baroque, French Impressionism, and Viennese Biedermeier, and from Vienna around 1900.
  • The Belvedere Palace is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a range of masterpieces by artists like Egon Schiele and Van Gogh to discover in the premises. 
  • You can visit the Belvedere Palace to invoke your inner history buff and experience the neoclassical architecture in its Roman and French perfectionism. 

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What is the Best Way To Book Belvedere Palace Tickets? Book Online

As Belvedere Palace is one of the major tourist attractions, it is recommended to plan your visit well in advance to avoid the hassle of waiting in long queues and facing disappointment looking at all-booked messages. Book your tickets before you go to enjoy what all the attraction has to offer.

  • Convenience: Explore the architectural genius of European Baroque design as you leave behind the hassle of long queues with the fast-track tickets that make your experience fun and way easier.
  • Advance Reservations: With the online ticket purchasing process, you can secure your trip easily by booking your tickets and tour slots beforehand.
  • Great Discounts: Get to know what the regal structure of the Belvedere Castle has to offer at interestingly low prices, as online booking gives you great discounts.

Belvedere Palace Highlights

Belvedere Palace has a lot to offer in terms of the rich history and culture of the Austrian monarchy. Here are the top highlights that will help you explore the place.

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Upper Belvedere Palace

After Empress Maria Theresa acquired the palace complex after the demise of Prince Eugene, she redesigned the Upper Belvedere into an exhibition venue for the art collections that were imperial. Hence, the place was turned into one of the world's first public museums.

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Lower Belvedere Palace

The Lower Belvedere served as the residential building for Prince Eugene after its completion and marked the boundary between the Baroque building complex and the imperial city of Vienna. It is one of the prominent museums of the world today, with splendid artworks on display.

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Belvedere 21 Museum

The Belvedere 21 Museum features some of the most fascinating pieces of Modern Art acquired by the Austrian state since the end of WWII in the Artothek des Bundes. The museum includes sculptures by Lois Weinberger and Leopold Kessler and shows art films in the 1950's-style cinema, Blickle Kino.

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Exhibitions & Collections

Visitors can enjoy art exhibits at the Museum that displays all kinds of paintings from various art movements, be it Realism of the late 1800s or the post-modern avant-garde that shaped contemporary artforms, going all the way back to the Medieval period and its craftsmanship. 

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Orangery

Initially a heated conservatory for citrus trees, the Orangery was reconverted into stables in 1805. When it was further redesigned, the interior of the Orangery was converted into a modern area that we see today, and hence the white cube exhibition space came into being.

Plan Your Visit To Belvedere Palace

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Upper Belvedere:

  • Monday to Sunday
  • 10 AM - 6 PM

Lower Belvedere:

  • Monday to Sunday
  • 10 AM - 6 PM

Belvedere 21:

  • Tuesday to Sunday
  • 11 AM - 6 PM
  • Late Night: Thursday
  • 11 AM - 9 PM
  • Open Mondays on holidays.
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Lower Belvedere

Address: Lower Belvedere, Rennweg 6, 1030 Vienna

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  • By Car: Distance from Vienna International Airport to Belvedere Palace: 11.9 miles
    Nearest Car Parking: Garage Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere & PARKAPARTMENTS AM BELVEDERE
  • By Tram: Tram 71; Station: Unteres Belvedere
    Tram D; Station: Gußhaustraße
  • By Bike: Parking at the Rennweg entrance
Upper Belvedere

Address: Upper Belvedere, Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Vienna

Find on map

  • By Car: Distance from Vienna International Airport to Belvedere Palace: 11.9 miles
    Nearest Car Parking: Garage Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere & PARKAPARTMENTS AM BELVEDERE
  • By Tram: Tram D, Station Schloss Belvedere
  • By Train & S-Bahn: Tram 18, O; Station: Quartier Belvedere
  • By Underground: U1; Station: Südtiroler Platz / Hauptbahnhof
Belvedere 21 Museum

Address: Belvedere 21, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna

Find on map

  • By Car: Distance from Vienna International Airport to Belvedere Palace: 11.9 miles
  • Nearest Car Parking: Busparkplatz
  • By Train & S-Bahn: Tram D, 18, O; Station: Quartier Belvedere
  • By Bus: 69A; Station: Arsenal
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  • It is not allowed to carry umbrellas, rucksacks and other bulky items into the museum, and must be deposited in the cloakroom. 
  • No one is permitted to touch or poke around as the ancient artefacts are protected as a world heritage site by UNESCO.
  • It is not permitted to carry and consume food and beverages in the exhibition rooms. 
  • Photography and filming is allowed for private and non-commercial purposes in the museum without the use of flash, tripods or selfie sticks. 
  • Parents and guardians must watch the behaviour of their wards and children while in the museum premises. 
  • Smoking is not permitted in the exhibition rooms. 
  • Except for guide dogs, no other animals are allowed in the exhibition rooms. 
  • Visitors must behave appropriately in the museum, refrain from using mobile phones and must not talk loudly.
Imperial Carriage Museum
  • Imperial Carriage Museum: With a wide range of exhibits consisting of horse-driven carriages, motor vehicles, and other locomotives symbolizing the prosperity of the European royalty, the Imperial Carriage Museum is a wonderland for locomotive buffs. 
  • Sigmund Freud Museum: Learn about the famous neurologist Sigmund Freud in the museum that is housed in his former apartment and workplace. Peek into Freud's professional and family life through the exhibition of original objects, historical documents, and photographs.
  • Museum of Illusions: Experience unimagined perception in the Museum of Illusions that will baffle your senses and trick your brain with eye-deceiving puzzles. Bring along your cameras and click entertaining photos while enjoying the deception!
  • Welt Museum: One of the world’s leading ethnographical museums, Welt Museum features around 14 distinct exhibition galleries that display cultural treasures from across the globe and boasts of over 40,000 ethnographic and archaeological objects from Asia, Africa, the Pacific region and America.
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  • Audio guides are available in German, English, French, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish Mandarin, Cantonese and Ukrainian.
  • Wheelchairs are available for visitors with disabilities. There is also seating available in the exhibition rooms. 
  • It is suggested to visit the museum during off-peak hours, as the rush hours from 11 AM to 2 PM lead to long lines and waiting periods. 
  • For hygiene purposes, it is recommended to use your own headsets for audio-guide tours. 
  • For journalistic and academic purposes, the press office must be contacted for getting footage.

All Your Questions About Belvedere Palace Tickets Answered

Q. Can I buy Belvedere Palace tickets online?

A. Yes, you can buy Belvedere Palace tickets online.

Q. What is the best way to buy Belvedere Palace tickets?

A. The best way to purchase Belvedere Palace tickets is to book them online. This way you get great offers and can also reserve slots well in advance.

Q. Can I pre-book Belvedere Palace tickets?

A. Yes, you can book any date of your choice in advance, if you book your Belvedere Palace tickets online.

Q. What is Belvedere Palace?

A. Belvedere Palace is a historical building complex in Vienna that consists of the Upper Belvedere, Lower Belvedere and an Orangery. 

Q. Where is Belvedere Palace located?

A. The address of Belvedere Palace is Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Wien, Austria.

Q. What are the timings of Belvedere Palace?

A. The Belvedere Palace is open to visitors every day from 10 AM - 6 PM.

Q. What is there to see at the Belvedere Palace?

A. As Belvedere Palace is a historical complex that has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its Baroque architecture and sculptures are a popular attraction, with a beautiful Orangery as well. 

Q. When is the best time to visit Belvedere Palace?

A. The best time to visit Belvedere Palace is during off-peak hours, as the rush hours from 11 AM to 2 PM lead to long lines and waiting periods.

Q. Is photography allowed in Belvedere Palace?

A. Yes, photography and filming is allowed for private and non-commercial purposes in the museum without the use of flash, tripods or selfie sticks. 

Q. Does Belvedere Palace provide facilities for disabled visitors?

A. Yes, wheelchairs can be accessed by visitors with disabilities on request.