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Vienna, Belvedere

Lower Belvedere

  • Visit one of Europe´s most stunning Baroque landmarks and visit the outstanding marble hall, marble gallery and gold cabinet.
  • This Palace is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Lower Belvedere
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The construction of the Lower Belvedere took place between 1712 and 1716. The architect was Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt, who designed many of Prince Eugene’s buildings and was Austria’s greatest Baroque architect together with Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach.

The Lower Belvedere was accessed from Rennweg through the central gate, embellished with coats of arms and initials, into the cour d’honneur and from there the entrance originally led directly into the Marble Hall. While the Lower Belvedere was a residence, the Upper Belvedere was primarily designed for the purpose of prestige and display. Parts of the prince’s collections were also housed in the Lower Belvedere.

Lower Belvedere and the former Orangery are venues for top temporary exhibitions.

Exhibition - Kiki Smith (07 June 2019 to 15 September 2019)

In summer 2019, the Lower Belvedere is presenting the multi-facetted oeuvre of the American artist Kiki Smith. The exhibition will feature around sixty works from the last three decades, including recent pieces, and will place a focus on sculpture.


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

Please note

Last admittance 30 minutes before closing.

Palace garden is accessible for the public.

Opening hours

Lower Belvedere

Mon-Sun 10am-6pm / Fri 10am-9pm

Further information

The Belvedere aims to make sure that people with disabilities have an easy and enjoyable museum visit.

Lower Belvedere
Rennweg 6
1030 Vienna
Getting there

Public transport
Tram 71 (Lower Belvedere), D & 2 (Schwarzenbergplatz)