The two Belvedere palaces were built in the early eighteenth century by the famous Baroque architect Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt to be used as the summer residence of Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663–1736). One of Europe’s most stunning Baroque landmarks, this ensemble – comprising the Upper and Lower Belvedere and an extensive garden – is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Today the Belvedere houses the greatest collection of Austrian art dating from the Middle Ages to the present day, complemented by the work of international artists such as Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, and Max Beckmann. Highlights from the holdings Vienna 1880–1914 are the world’s largest collection of Gustav Klimt’s paintings (including the famous golden Art Nouveau icons the Kiss (Lovers) and Judith):
Lower Belvedere and the former Orangery are venues for top temporary exhibitions.
Belvedere 21 is the third art gallery. Originally built for the world exhibition 1958, shows the gallery contemporary austrian art in an international context.
The Ticket is valid one year from purchase date
The ticket entitles you to one visit to all booked museums
Reduced tickets are only available at the museums
Children & teenagers (up to and including 18 years): free
Last admittance 30 minutes before closing.
Palace garden is accessible for the public.
Mon-Sun 9am-6pm / Fri 9am-9pm
Mon-Sun 10am-6pm / Fri 10am-9pm
Wed-Sun 11am-6pm / Wed & Fri 11am-9pm
The Belvedere aims to make sure that people with disabilities have an easy and enjoyable museum visit.
Tram 71 (Lower Belvedere), D & 2 (Schwarzenbergplatz)
D,O,18 / Bus 13A, 69A / rapid transit S1, S2, S3
Tram D,O,18 / Bus 13A, 69A / rapid transit S1, S2, S3
At the interface of past and future, the Technisches Museum Wien invites its visitors, to get to know, experience and reflect on various fields of technology and the history of technology based on their interest and age.
The Grand Tour of the palace includes forty-four rooms. As well as the state rooms and private apartments of the imperial couple Franz Joseph and Elisabeth you will also see the precious eighteenth-century interiors from the time of Maria Theresa.
The Sisi Ticket takes you on the trail of Empress Elisabeth to Schönbrunn, the Hofburg and the Imperial Furniture Collection.
Fascinating women – moving stories.
Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of the Viennese court, and follow fundamentally different people such as Empress Maria Theresa, Emperor Franz Joseph and Napoleon Bonaparte through their eventful lives.
This ticket admits the visitor to the Hofmobiliendepot · Vienna Imperial Furniture Collection, a furniture collection that has no parallel anywhere in the world.