Tickets for Upper Belvedere

See Gustav Klimt's The Kiss and more in Vienna's magnificent baroque palace

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Wheelchair accessible: Access to the museums and toilets. A wheelchair is available at the cloakroom. There is some seating in the exhibition rooms
Audio guide: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish
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IN-SIGHT: Johann Jakob Hartmann
Now on  - Aug 29, 2021

Exploring the extraordinary thematic landscape art of Bohemian artist Johann Jakob Hartmann, the exciting new IN-SIGHT exhibition at Belvedere Palace spotlights a series of six of Hartmann's works from the museum’s collection.

The series depicts the elements of earth, fire, water, and air, and is a rare example of a complete painting ensemble that has survived intact to this day; many comparable series have often been separated by private buyers over the years.

Hartmann’s series entered the Belvedere’s collection in the 20th century, with four of the six works already exhibited in the late 18th century at the Imperial Gallery. Recent restoration by the Belvedere conservation workshop means that now all six can finally be seen together again.

CARLONE CONTEMPORARY: Christine and Irene Hohenbüchler
Now on  - Sep 12, 2021

From spring 2021 onwards, the Palace of Belvedere will exhibit sculptures by Viennese artists – and twin sisters – Irene and Christine Hohenbüchler, as part of the CARLONE CONTEMPORARY series. The exhibition aims to create a dialogue with the allegorical image program of the Carlone Hall, and the history of the baroque palace itself.

With an oeuvre that includes sculptures, large-scale art installations, paintings, drawings, furniture, textiles, and public art projects, the Hohenbüchlers' eclectic approaches to art defy any single strict classification or genre. This diversity extends to the themes explored in their art too, with social and political participation, open design principles, and the thematization of artistic authorship being central to Christine and Irene Hohenbüchler's work.

Lady with Fan: Gustav Klimt’s Last Works
Now on  - Feb 13, 2022

If you think you've got your selfie poses on point, come see the master – or mistress – of composition, painted back in 1918. The last female portrait by Vienna’s iconic painter, Gustav Klimt’s Lady with Fan is on show at this special exhibition at the Upper Belvedere after more than a century. See how she gazes seductively into the distance, the curve of her bare shoulder a confident contrast to her huge, decorative dress? You could wonder what she's thinking for hours... but there are plenty of other examples of Klimt’s last works to see too.

What's included

Access to permanent collection
Access to the Marble Hall

What's not included

Audio guide in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, and Japanese (available onsite for an extra charge)
  • Enjoy entry to the Upper Belvedere and get lost in a world of Baroque beauty, from marble halls to ornate gardens
  • Admire a collection of artistic masterpieces, including Gustav Klimt's The Kiss, as well as works by Van Gogh and Egon Schiele
  • Bask in the grandeur of the building's Baroque architecture and pass by more famous works like Jacques Louis David's famous Napoleon portrait

Look up 'baroque majesty' in the dictionary and you'll find a picture of Belvedere Palace. A whirlwind of architectural beauty, timeless art, and charming manicured gardens that frame the Viennese skyline, the Belvedere is a total must for culture lovers searching for the magic of Vienna.

Belvedere Palace is actually split into two buildings, Upper Belvedere and Lower Belvedere, separated by a spectacular courtyard of romantic manicured gardens.

Inside the Upper Belvedere, you can expect to see a world-leading collection of Gustav Klimt paintings, including his masterpiece The Kiss. There's also a range of permanent exhibitions which feature the Belvedere's history, medieval masterpieces such as the 15th century Znaim Altarpiece, and an impressive collection of 19th and 20th-century art.

Go to the ticket desk (Upper Belvedere building, main entrance) and swap your printed voucher for a paper ticket for the next available timeslot.

Upper Belvedere
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Monday Closed
Belvedere Palace
27, Prinz Eugen-Straße, 1030, Vienna
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