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The Belvedere Palace Tickets

Home to the world’s largest collection of Gustav Klimt’s paintings, the Belvedere Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage site made up of two Baroque buildings. Both of them - the Upper and Lower Belvedere house centuries worth of art. Book The Belvedere Palace tickets at Headout to get skip-the-line entry, guided tours, and combo experiences.
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The Belvedere Palace Tickets Guide

A treasure-trove of art masterpieces, the Belvedere Palace is one of the prime landmarks of Vienna. Constructed in the eighteenth century, the property marks the distinguished notes of baroque and late-baroque architecture. Once a royal residence, the Palace is now a fine house for art collections primarily from the 19th to 20th centuries and a few dating even back to the medieval period and of the world’s largest collection of Gustav Klimt’s paintings. If you are an art or history lover, this UNESCO World Heritage site blends both, offering a for you to explore. 
If you’re looking to visit, read on to find out the best Belvedere Palace ticket prices, discounts, what to expect, and more.

All Your Belvedere Palace Vienna Ticket Options

While planning a visit to Belvedere Vienna, depending on time and how much you want to explore, there are two ticket options for you to choose from: skip-the-line tickets and combo tickets. 
The Belvedere sees over 1.5 million visitors annually, and it comes as no surprise that it is one of the most famous landmarks in Vienna. In order to ensure you’re not stuck in long lines owing to the crowd, it is recommended to book your tickets online and in advance for a seamless experience and cheaper ticket prices. 

Skip-the-Line Tickets

Combo Tours

If you’re looking to bypass the long queues, and enter the palace hassle-free, go for skip-the-line tickets. These are a sure-shot way to gain priority access into the venue, allowing you to have more time to explore and absorb the art and architecture of the palace. Depending on your preference, your ticket would give you priority access to either the Upper or Lower Belvedere. 

Recommended Experiences

Have a little more time on your hands and are looking to explore Belvedere Vienna in its entirety? Combo tickets offer the perfect solution to your quest. Pair up two or more sections of the Palace to visit with these tickets and leave feeling assured that you’ve seen all that Belvedere has to offer. You can visit Upper, Lower, and Belvedere 21, depending on your choice of ticket.

Recommended Experiences

  • Combo: Belvedere Palace + Belvedere 21: Museum of Contemporary Art
    Past meets present in this one. Skip the lines at the Upper and Lower Belvedere before heading to the museum of contemporary art, film and music at Belvedere 21.  From pre-modern art and architecture at the main grounds of the Belvedere Palace to post-war modernism and contemporary influences at the Belvedere 21, these tickets offer it all. 
  • Combo: Upper Belvedere + Lower Belvedere Palace Tickets
    Travel back in time and explore the permanent and temporary exhibitions, including Imperial art at the Upper Belvedere whilst enjoying the baroque architecture. Cross the gardens and visit the smaller but still luxurious Lower Belvedere, which was once the residence of Prince Eugene. 

Which Belvedere Palace Vienna Tickets Should You Go For?

If you’re looking to save time:

Skip-the-line tickets are your best option as they allow you to bypass long queues and get a quick, direct entry into the venue.

If you’re looking to fully explore the Belvedere in Vienna: 

A combo ticket would suit your interests best if you’re looking to make the most of your visit to the Belvedere. These tickets not only get you skip-the-line entry but grant you access to all zones of the Upper and Lower Belvedere. Depending on your choice of tickets, you may also access the contemporary museum, Belvedere 21.

Belvedere Palace Vienna Tickets Offers

Free Entry

Children below the age of 18 enjoy free admission to all attractions with the Belvedere complex. 

Cashbacks and Discounts

Students below the age of 26, senior citizens above the age of 65, differently-abled guests and those with a valid Vienna city pass, all enjoy discounted prices on their tickets. Headout offers an additional 5% cashback after purchase of your tickets.

Plan Your Visit To The Belvedere Palace in Vienna

Opening Hours

Getting There

Guidelines/Facilities

What are the Belvedere Palace’s opening hours? 
Upper and Lower Belvedere: All 7 days of the week, from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Belvedere 21: Tuesday to Sunday, from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM, and Thursday 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Closed on Mondays
When is the Belvedere Palace in Vienna closed?
It is open throughout the year. Belvedere 21 remains closed on all Mondays except for any holidays that may fall on a Monday. 
What is the best time to visit the Belvedere Palace in Vienna?
Given that peak hours are between 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM, it is recommended that guests visit early mornings or late evenings before closing to avoid peak crowds.
How much time do you need at the Belvedere Palace?
If you’re planning to cover all sections of the palace, setting aside at least 2 to 3 hours of your day is recommended. If you’re planning on just visiting the Upper or Lower Belvedere or Belvedere 21, an average of 60 to 90 minutes should be enough.
Where is the Belvedere Palace located in Vienna?
It is located at Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Wien, Austria. 
Google Map Directions
How do I get to the Belvedere Palace in Vienna?
Upper Belvedere:
By Tram: Board on Tram D and get off at Station Schloss Belvedere which is a 3 minute walk away. 
By Train (local train) or S-Bahn: Board on Tram 18, O and get off at Quartier Belvedere station which is a 7 minute walk away from Upper Belvedere. 
By Metro/Subway: Use the U1 metro train and get off at Hauptbahnhof station which is a 15 minute walk away from the palace.
By Bus: Board bus number 13A and get off at Mommsengasse bus stop which is a 5 minute walk from the venue.
Lower Belvedere:
By Tram: Board on Tram 71 and get off at Station Unteres Belvedere which is a 3 minute walk away.|
By Foot: Once you’ve entered the venue from the Upper Belvedere side, you can simply walk to Lower Belvedere. It is an 8 minute walk to the destination. 
Belvedere 21: 
By Tram: Board on Tram D and get off at Station Quartier Belvedere which is a 2 minute walk away. 
By Train (local train) or S-Bahn: Board on Tram 18, O and get off at Quartier Belvedere station which is a 5 minute walk away from Belvedere 21.
By Bus: Board bus number 69A and get off at the Arsenal bus station which is a 10 minute walk from the venue.
Should you choose to bike around the city, there’s parking available at either the Rennweg Entrance or at the Belvedere parking lot.
Can I take the metro/train to the Belvedere Palace in Vienna?
Yes, you can take either the metro/subway, the local train or S-Bahn or tram to Belvedere Palace. Upper Belvedere: board on Tram D and get off at Station Schloss Belvedere. The palace is 3 minutes away on foot. 
Lower Belvedere: board on Tram 71 and get off at Station Unteres Belvedere. The palace is 3 minutes away on foot.
Belvedere 21: board on Tram D and get off at Station Quartier Belvedere. The palace is 5 minutes away on foot.
For the metro, use the U1 metro train and get off at Hauptbahnhof station to access the Upper Belvedere. If you plan to use the local train or S-Bahn, Board on Tram 18, O and get off at Quartier Belvedere station for both Upper Belvedere and Belvedere 21.
Can I take the bus to the Belvedere Palace in Vienna?
Yes, there are buses available to reach the destination. For Upper Belvedere, board bus number 13A and get off at Mommsengasse bus stop which is a 5 minute walk from the venue and for Belvedere 21, board bus number 69A and get off at the Arsenal bus station which is a 10 minute walk from the venue.
Is the Belvedere Palace wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the estate is completely wheelchair accessible with wheelchairs being available free of cost.
Is a storage facility available at the Belvedere Palace in Vienna?
While there are no luggage storing facilities, there are lockers available across the venue, free of cost.
Is photography permitted at the Belvedere Palace in Vienna?
Yes, photography is permitted within the premises but strictly for private and non-commercial purposes only. It is pertinent that all photography must be conducted without the use of flash, tripods or selfie sticks.
Are any dining facilities available at the Belvedere Palace in Vienna? |
Yes. There are 3 dining facilities for you to choose from:
Schlosscafé at the Upper Belvedere: There won’t be a shortage of Austrian delicacies for you to try at this cozy café. Surrounded by the baroque ambience of the palace, indulge in an array of Viennese traditional dishes, pastries and coffee, or if you’re there early, opt for a traditional Austrian breakfast.
Parkcafé at the Lower Belvedere: Adjacent to the gardens, satisfy your hunger with Parkcafé’s multi-cuisine offerings. From Austrian fare to Mediterranean delights, Viennese coffee to varieties of tea, there’s something for everyone here. It’s the perfect spot to dine, relax and drink in the surroundings at a leisurely pace. 
Lucy Bar at Belvedere 21: Inspired by the architect Karl Schwacher, enjoy a vamped up bar surrounded by contemporary art. Dig into an array of snacks and bar food along with a range of beers and cocktails.

Inside The Belvedere Palace in Vienna

Covering an area of 1km, the Belvedere Complex has a variety to offer. From museums, to art collections, greenery, parks filled with sculptures and fountains to stables, organergy, and more─ here’s what to expect inside the Palace:

Upper Belvedere

Following the acquisition of the property by Empress Maria Theresa, the Upper Belvedere area was converted into a venue for art exhibitions and a public museum. This section of the historic complex promises historic art masterpieces by the likes of Waldmüller, Biedermeier, Monet, Van Gogh, Rodin and more. Browse the permanent collection which features works of the medieval painter Rueland Frueauf the Elder, iconic Viennese artists such as Klimt, Pinell, Schiele, and more. Tour the themed galleries at the Upper Belvedere, including Austrian Baroque, Habsburg – Myth and Truth, Austria on the Move, Austria in Exile and more. Go beyond art and also indulge in the phenomenal baroque architecture. Explore zones such as Sala terrena, The Grand Staircase, The Marble Hall, The Carlone Hall, and The Palace Chapel to name a few.

Lower Belvedere

The former residence of Prince Eugene, the Lower Belvedere is now a specimen of Baroque craftsmanship at its finest. Smaller in size compared to its counterpart, the Lower Belvedere offers several architectural wonders to explore. View the Marble Hall and The Marble with its war trophies, mythical depictions and more, tour the Golden Cabinet or Hall of Grotesques and observe the painted grotesques on the walls and ceilings along with paintings preserved in their original condition.

Orangery

Once a conservatory for citrus trees, this area is now converted into an exhibition gallery that houses medieval art pieces. Owing to recent renovations, the space now boasts a white, cube modern space.

Belvedere 21

A house of contemporary Austrian and international art, films, stepping into this venue, is sure to bring you back to the present. From post-war modernism and beyond, this is your spot to enjoy all things avant garde and contemporary.

Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures At The Belvedere Palace in Vienna 

  • It is recommended to book your tickets online.
  • While wearing a mask is not mandatory, it is encouraged that visitors wear a FFP2 mask.
  • Contactless payment for any purchase is recommended.
  • Visitors are also recommended to maintain social distancing as well as to clean and disinfect their hands at regular intervals.
  • For audio guides, visitors are encouraged to bring their own headset or ask for a personal set.

Top Things To Do In Vienna

Home to hundreds of museums and prominent figures such as Mozart, Beethoven, and Freud, Vienna is a city with historic and unique offerings. If you’re looking to add to your list of things to do in the city of Vienna, here are a few prominent places to visit:

Vienna Mozart Concert Tickets

Relive the legendary icon and experience opera with a classic tour. Enjoy the best of Mozart performed by international opera stars and singers in baroque costumes. Listen to Mozart’s finest pieces before enjoying a concert with Strauss’ The Blue Danube and Radetzky March at one of Vienna’s finest concert halls at the the Golden Hall in the Musikverein. This and much more with your Vienna Mozart Concert tickets.

Welt Museum Vienna

You cannot browse through Vienna Museum tickets without coming across the Welt Museum. With your Weltmuseum admission tickets, you can view a plethora of historic and cultural antiques from around the world. Tour through the 14 galleries of one of the world’s finest ethnographical museums and set your sights on the Mexican feathered Penacho and collections of James Cook, examine 100,000 photographs and 146,000 printed works and much more during your visit. 

Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Tickets

This museum in Vienna offers a legacy of art and history. Enrich your visit to Vienna with your Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna tickets and gain access to the largest museum in Austria. From ancient Egyptian artifacts dating back to 8th century BC and 6th century AD to artifacts from the 18th century, this museum houses it all. Learn more about the art on display including works of Raphael, Titan, Pieter Brueghel, Rembrandt and more. Don’t miss out on the largest collection of artworks by Pieter Brueghel.

Vienna: Klosterneuburg Monastery

One of the most prominent landmarks in Vienna, this church is a 12th Century Augustinian Monastery, and is also Austria’s oldest wine estate. Vienna’s Klosterneuburg Monastery dates back 9 centuries and is a delight to explore. Explore the Treasure Chamber, exhibitions and the Abbey Museum. Treat yourself to a bottle of wine from the Baroque Vaulted Cellars 36 feet below and understand the state-of-the-art process of wine-making.

Imperial Treasury Vienna

This attraction spells royalty and luxury. A literal treasure trove, the Imperial Treasury in Vienna offers you slices of Austrian history told through jewels. Drink in everything from the Austrian Imperial Crown to the Crown Jewels of the Holy Roman Empire, and even parts of Empress Elisabeth’s original collection. A sight to not miss? The world’s largest cut diamond and largest emerald along with treasures such as the Holy Grail will surely leave you dazzled.

Schönbrunn Palace Tickets

A stellar example of Rococo architecture, the Schönbrunn Palace was the luxurious summer residence of the Habsburg rulers. With your Schönbrunn Palace tickets, discover remnants of the Imperial living within the palace, and roam the vast gardens.  Tour the Great Parterre, the Angel Fountain and observe several other artistic statues.

Sigmund Freud Museum Tickets

Home to one of the most controversial psychologists and also the father of psychoanalysis, Vienna offers you a chance to dive deep into all things Freud. With your Sigmund Freud Museum tickets, you can access Berggasse 19, where Freud himself stayed and practiced for 47 years. If you’re curious to learn more about Freud’s professional and family life, the photographs, documents and objects provide great insight into the same. Top it off with a tour of a collection of conceptual art on the upper ground floor.

The Belvedere Palace Vienna Tickets FAQs

Are Belvedere Palace Vienna tickets available online now?

Yes, tickets are available online. Since the landmark only accepts prebooked time-slots, we recommend booking your tickets online in advance so as to not miss out on your preferred date and time of visit.

What safety measures are in place at the Belvedere Palace Vienna?

There are a few recommended guidelines in order to ensure a safe environment within the palace complex. It is recommended to book your tickets online. While wearing a mask is not mandatory, it is encouraged that visitors wear a FFP2 mask. Additionally, contactless payment for any purchase is recommended. Visitors are also recommended to maintain social distancing as well as to clean and disinfect their hands at regular intervals. For audio guides, visitors are encouraged to bring their own headset or ask for a personal set.

What are the different Belvedere Palace Vienna ticket options available?

There are two ticket options available: Skip-the-line tickets and combo tickets. Skip-the-line tickets are perfect for individuals looking to bypass long waiting lines and get direct admission into the palace. If you’re looking to make the most out of your visit, opt for combo tickets as they not only guarantee entry to all zones of the palace but also offer skip-the-line entry. You can also upgrade your combo ticket to include the contemporary art museum Belvedere 21.

Are discounts available on Belvedere Palace Vienna tickets?

Yes. Children below the age of 18 enjoy free admission to all Belvedere landmarks. Students below the age of 26, senior citizens above the age of 65, differently-abled individuals and visitors with a valid Vienna city pass, all enjoy discounted prices on their tickets. Headout offers an additional 5% cashback after purchase of your tickets.

What are the Belvedere Palace’s opening hours?

The Upper and Lower Belvedere is open daily, from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Belvedere 21 is open on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday to Sunday from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM, and on Thursdays from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Belvedere 21 remains closed on all Mondays that are not public holidays.

How do I get to the Belvedere Palace in Vienna?

You can get to the palace by tram, train or S-Bahn, metro or bus.
Upper Belvedere:
By Tram: Board on Tram D and get off at Station Schloss Belvedere which is a 3 minute walk away. 
By Train (local train) or S-Bahn: Board on Tram 18, O and get off at Quartier Belvedere station which is a 7 minute walk away from Upper Belvedere. 
By Metro/Subway: Use the U1 metro train and get off at Hauptbahnhof station which is a 15 minute walk away from the palace.
By Bus: Board bus number 13A and get off at Mommsengasse bus stop which is a 5 minute walk from the venue.
Lower Belvedere:
By Tram: Board on Tram 71 and get off at Station Unteres Belvedere which is a 3 minute walk away.
By Foot: Once you’ve entered the venue from the Upper Belvedere side, you can simply walk to Lower Belvedere. It is an 8 minute walk to the destination. 
Belvedere 21: 
By Tram: Board on Tram D and get off at Station Quartier Belvedere which is a 2 minute walk away. 
By Train (local train) or S-Bahn: Board on Tram 18, O and get off at Quartier Belvedere station which is a 5 minute walk away from Belvedere 21.
By Bus: Board bus number 69A and get off at the Arsenal bus station which is a 10 minute walk from the venue.

When is the best time to visit Belvedere Palace in Vienna?

Given that peak hours are between 11 AM to 2 PM, it is recommended to be there at the venue close to opening hours, that is, 10 AM or during early evening hours, once the crowd has fizzled out.

Is Belvedere Palace wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the estate is completely wheelchair accessible with wheelchairs being available free of cost.

Is photography allowed at Belvedere Palace?

Yes, photography is permitted within the premises but strictly for private and non-commercial purposes only. It is pertinent that all photography must be conducted without the use of flash, tripods or selfie sticks.

Are there dining options at Belvedere Palace?

Yes. There are 3 dining facilities for you to choose from:
Schlosscafé at the Upper Belvedere: Indulge in an array of Viennese traditional dishes, pastries and coffee, or if you’re there early, opt for a traditional Austrian breakfast at this baroque café.
Parkcafé at the Lower Belvedere: Adjacent to the gardens, Parkcafé offers everything from Austrian fare to Mediterranean delights, Viennese coffee to varieties of tea. It’s the perfect spot to dine and relax and drink in the surroundings at a leisurely pace.
Lucy Bar at Belvedere 21: Inspired by the architect Karl Schwacher, enjoy a vamped up bar surrounded by contemporary art. Dig into an array of snacks and bar food along with a range of beers and cocktails.

Is parking available at Belvedere Palace?

Yes, parking is available for both cars and bikes. Here’s a guide to the nearing parking spot for each attraction at the Belvedere in Vienna:
Upper Belvedere: Garage Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere and Parkapartments Am Belvedere (Car Parking)
Lower Belvedere: Rennweg Entrance (Bike Parking) and Garage Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere and Parkapartments Am Belvedere (Car Parking)
Belvedere 21: Busparkplatz (Car Parking) and Belvedere Parking Lot (Bike Parking)
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