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Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Belvedere in Vienna
See the world's largest Klimt collection
Discover one of the most beautiful Baroque buildings in Europe
Enjoy a walk in the inmense Belvedere gardens
What to expect
The Belvedere is one of the most important and beautiful Imperial complexes in Europe. The Belvedere’s baroque palaces, the Upper and Lower Belvedere, were built in the 18th century as the summer residence for the Prince Eugene of Savoy.
Discover the priceless collection of art that the Belvedere’s magnificent palaces hold within their walls! You will see the world’s largest collection of Gustav Klimt as well as masterpieces by Schiele, Kokoschka, Waldmüller, Renoir, Monet, and Van Gogh.
When planning your visit to the magnificent Belvedere, you may choose among different ticket options, giving you access to various areas of the Belvedere Gallery:
- 3 Combo Ticket: valid for Upper Belvedere, Lower Belvedere, Orangery, Privy Garden, Palace Stables and Belvedere 21
- Belvedere Ticket: valid for Upper Belvedere and Lower Belvedere
- Upper Belvedere Ticket: valid for Upper Belvedere
- Lower Belvedere Ticket: valid for Lower Belveder, Orangey, Palace Stables and Privy Garden
- Belvedere 21: valid for Belvedere 21
Enter the Upper Belvedere, now hosting the Austrian art from the Middle Ages to the present day, including the world's best collection of Gustav Klimt. Appreciate the grandeur of its Marble Hall and Sala Terrena, vaulted ceiling of which is supported by four powerful atlantes.
Head to the Lower Belvedere to admire Prince Eugene’s magnificent living quarters and staterooms, including the Hall of Grotesques, Marble Gallery and Golden Room, offering a fascinating insight into Baroque interior design.
See for yourself the whimsical fusion of architecture and nature in the grand Orangery of Prince Eugene. Then, get lost in the huge Privy Garden and the Palace Stables before ending your visit going to the Belvedere 21, which, since its opening in 2011, exhibits the post-war period artworks and offers an array of thematic exhibitions.
Worth thousands of words, the Belvedere has something to exceed your expectations!
COVID-19 informationThe following health and safety measures are in place, so you can relax and enjoy your experience.
Visitor numbers are limited to reduce crowds
The experience complies with government regulations
Social distancing is enforced
Areas frequented by visitors are regularly disinfected
Hand sanitizers are provided for staff and visitors
All gear/equipment is sanitized between use
Visitors are required to bring and wear masks
Guides and all other staff are required to wear masks
Contactless payment is available for tips and extras
Staff are regularly tested for COVID-19
Entrance to Belvedere with admission to various areas (depends on the type of the ticket chosen)
Belvedere Palace/Upper Belvedere: Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Vienna
Lower Belvedere/Orangerie/Palace Stables: Rennweg 6, 1030 Vienna
Belvedere 21: Schweizergarten, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna
Important to know
- Please note that it is absolutely mandatory to bring a PRINTED voucher
- Opening Hours Lower Belvedere: Monday-Sunday 10 am - 6 pm
- Opening Hours Upper Belvedere: Monday-Sunday 10 am - 6 pm
- Opening Hours Belvedere 21: Tuesday-Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
- You'll have to wear a face mask. Masks are not provided on-site, so please bring your own
- The tickets are not refundable but are valid for 1 year from the date of purchase
- Please consider the peak times between 11.00 am and 2.30 pm at Upper Belvedere. In order to avoid the crowds, a visit between 10.00 am and 11.00 am or 2.30 and 6.00 pm is recommended.
Audio guides are available to rent for the Palace and permanent collection for EUR 5,00 at the Upper Belvedere Audio guide desk by the cloakroom
- Languages: German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Korean, Japanese, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Ukrainian
- It is not allowed to enter the museum with outerwear and bulky items such as umbrellas, rucksacks, travel bags, and other bulky items. All such items may be deposited in the cloakroom. There are lockers (free of charge)
- Photographing and filming in the museum is allowed for private, non-commercial purposes, without the use of flash, tripods or selfie-sticks, as long as the integrity of the exhibits is guaranteed