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Vienna: Entrance Tickets for Belvedere

Vienna: Entrance Tickets for Belvedere

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Visit the Belvedere in Vienna and admire the most important collection of Austrian art from the Middle Ages to the present day. Explore one of the most beautiful Baroque buildings in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Duration 1.5 hours
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  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Belvedere in Vienna
  • Discover the world's largest Klimt collection
  • Admire various works of art including paintings, sculptures, and Gothic winged altars
  • Explore one of the most beautiful Baroque buildings in Europe
  • See the historical Marble Hall and the Palace Chapel
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The Belvedere in Vienna is one of the leading museums worldwide. Its famous art collection includes works ranging from the Middle Ages to the present day. The unique complex, with its two palaces, the Upper and Lower Belvedere and extensive gardens, is one of the most stunning Baroque architectural marvels in the world. Highlights include the world's largest collection of Gustav Klimt paintings as well as prominent works from the periods of Viennese Biedermeier, Austrian Baroque, Vienna around 1900, and French Impressionism. Now, for the first time in decades, the museum will once again host large-scale special exhibitions that you can admire on your visit. In the 18th century, the Austrian general Prince Eugene of Savoy commissioned the renowned Baroque architect Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt to build the complex. After the death of Prince Eugene, Empress Maria Theresa acquired the entire complex and transformed the Upper Belvedere into an exhibition venue for the imperial collections – making it one of the first public museums in the world. The Lower Belvedere, formerly the residence of Prince Eugene, is home to illustrious exhibitions. The modern pavilion of the Belvedere 21, by architect Karl Schwanzer, is a stage for contemporary art. The Baroque gardens of the Belvedere rank among the most beautiful in the world. The main garden is situated between the Lower and the Upper Belvedere and extends over three large terraces. The Belvedere park is also home to the Botanical Garden and the oldest Alpine garden in Europe.
  • Admission to various areas of the Belvedere Gallery
  • Options are available to both the Upper Belvedere and Belvedere 21 galleries
  • Pick-up and drop off
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Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
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  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Vienna

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Know before you go

  •  For the first time in decades, the museum will once again host large-scale special exhibitions. The Belvedere’s impressive Biedermeier collection has been brought into focus in an original exhibition on the second floor (since 12 May). As a result, works from the Impressionist and Interwar periods will not be on view until March 2022.
  • From June 18 the museum will host another revolutionary exhibition at the Upper Belvedere: 'Lovis Corinth. Life, a Celebration!' showcasing the work of an artist who, across epochs and styles, managed to capture life in all its complexity.
  • For the duration of the special exhibitions works from the Baroque collection will not be shown. You will have the opportunity to admire the famous Character Heads by Franz Xaver Messerschmidt from January 20, 2022 once the major exhibition 'The Age of Dürer', which explores the early Renaissance in Austria, comes to an end.
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If you get your tickets in advance while you’re already in Vienna, it really does not save you time. You don’t get a ticket online but a voucher. Still have to check in at the ticket counter. Email you voucher. They will print it out. Rush to the main entrance. You only have 5 minutes I’m between.

March 2, 2020

It is easy to book and compared to other websites it is cheaper if you book with the app. We booked just for the upper level and art exhibition. It is a must to go there if you are in Wien. The place is well maintained and the art exhibit is excellent.

March 1, 2020

Firstly your voucher didn't get me instant accesss to Belevedere. I was told to go to the ticket office and get a ticket - although I had already printed one. At the ticket office there was a notice saying "Beat the queue" and then just a QR code symbol. (Actually it meant go to the front of the queue.) What does this mean I asked? I then asked one of the 3 "assistants" where I could complain about the very uninformative message on the board. "That is what we are here for" they said. I repeated my question again and got the same answer. Not going anywhere I thought. So left and went into the Schloss. Excellent as usual, although a couple of the pictures that I wanted to see weren't there this time. Things change. All in all I was happy except for my interaction with the "assistants" and the non-understandable sigh. Don't mail me for feedback about the Kunst Historische Museum and the Schatzkammer. You hae already had that feedback before. Excellent. Paul Guest

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January 6, 2020

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