- See the world's largest collection of Gustav Klimt paintings, including his masterpiece The Kiss and the iconic Judith I, and see spectacular marble halls and galleries
- Wander magnificent ornamental gardens featuring fountains and mythological sculptures, all designed by 18th-century French landscape architect Dominique Girard
- See either or both of the two beautiful Baroque palaces (the Upper and Lower Belvedere) or go all out and get a combo ticket for both palaces plus the Belvedere 21 Museum of Contemporary Art
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. Come face to face with Gustav Klimt's masterpiece The Kiss, one of the world's most iconic paintings, plus countless other priceless treasures.
Belvedere Palace is actually split into two buildings, Upper Belvedere and Lower Belvedere, separated by a spectacular courtyard of romantic manicured gardens.
Depending on your schedule, you can choose a ticket to see either building or both. Or, go the whole hog and feed your appetite for world-class art with an all-inclusive Belvedere Ticket, which includes the nearby Belvedere 21 Museum of Contemporary Art.
Highlights are the collection of masterpieces from the Middle Ages and baroque eras. The collection of 19th- and 20th-century art includes impressionist works from Monet, Van Gogh, and the world's largest collection of Austria's own Gustav Klimt (including his famous Art Nouveau masterwork The Kiss).
Highlights include the spectacular two-story Marble Hall, with oval-shaped plaster medallions depicting the god Apollo. The Marble Gallery hosts ancient and baroque sculptures, while the Grotesque Hall features visceral and haunting artworks that'll stick with you.
The light-drenched modernist building is home to wonderful experimental exhibitions from Viennese and international artists that will make you double take every time.
Go to the group desk (Upper Belvedere building) and swap your printed voucher for a paper ticket for the next available timeslot.
- Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
- Changes are possible for this ticket
If you have a Klimt ticket, start at Lower Belvedere (where the lines for the cloakroom are shorter and lockers are available), then visit Upper Belvedere. You can pick up your bags from Lower Belvedere on your way to Vienna city center.