The Belvedere is one of the most striking and significant museums in the world and an absolute must-see for the visitor to Vienna. When the Imperial Collection was opened in the year 1781, the Upper Belvedere became one of the first museums in the world to be accessible to the public. The Upper Belvedere – constructed between 1717 and 1723 – is positioned on a hill and affords a captivating view of Vienna.
The name Belvedere – „beautiful view“ – goes back to the times of Empress Maria Theresia in whose possession the ensemble of palace and grounds fell shortly after the death of Prince Eugene. Since the wellknown urban landscape painter or vedutista Bernardo Bellotto immortalised the view in his 18th century panorama, it became known as the famous „Belvedere view“.
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
The Belvedere aims to make sure that people with disabilities have an easy and enjoyable museum visit.
This ticket admits the visitor to the Hofmobiliendepot · Vienna Imperial Furniture Collection, a furniture collection that has no parallel anywhere in the world.
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Fascinating women – moving stories.
Schönbrunn Zoo – the oldest zoo in the world and the best zoo in Europe.
Klosterneuburg Monastery can look back on over nine hundred years of history. We warmly invite you to get to know the Monastery in both its religious and secular diversity.