Belvedere Palace

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  • Address: Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Wien, Austria, Vienna
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +43-179557134
  • Ticket Price: 14 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Palace, Family And Kids
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The Belvedere palace is one of the marvelous palaces, worth seeing in the city of Vienna. There are two Baroque palaces that face each other on the sloping hill. The palace also has French gardens along with fountains, cascades and statues.

Many of the palace rooms are now open for visitors that hold a display a collection of Baroque sculptures and paintings. You can visit various rooms such as mirror hall, dining room and even the bedroom. The museum is a historical site and has many displays various medieval paintings and sculptures.

There are three places to see in this premises; the Upper belvedere, the lower belvedere and the 21er Haus, which is a museum of modern art. The prices for viewing each are different but you can get a combination ticket to view all three.

Admire what is considered as one of the marvelous destinations of Belvedere Palace by grabbing the tickets for Belvedere Palace beautified by its French gardens. Go through our tickets & tours section for info on the Belvedere Palace ticket prices which includes a dedicated tour of the palace along with famous other attractions. Belvedere Palace tickets come in as a real life saver and so put aside over thinking & buy tickets for Belvedere Palace immediately.

  • Guided tours available.
  • Wheelchair on rent & toilet facilities also available.
  • Parking space is provided to visitors.

Upper Belvedere

  • Adults: € 14
  • Seniors(65 and above): € 11,50
  • Students(0-26): € 11,50
  • Groups (of 10 Persons and over): € 12,50
  • Children & Teenagers (0-18 years): Free
  • Social Ticket: € 3
  • Discounted tickets with valid Vienna-Card: € 12,50

Lower Belvedere

  • Adults: € 12
  • Seniors(65 and above): € 9
  • Students(0-26): € 9
  • Groups (of 10 Persons and over): € 10
  • Children & Teenagers (0-18 years): Free
  • Social Ticket: € 3
  • Discounted tickets with valid Vienna-Card: € 9,50

Winter Palace

  • Adults: € 9
  • Seniors(65 and above): € 7
  • Students(0-26): € 7
  • Groups (of 10 Persons and over): € 8
  • Children & Teenagers (0-18 years): Free
  • Social Ticket: € 2
  • Discounted tickets with valid Vienna-Card: € 7.50

21er Haus

  • Adults: € 7
  • Seniors(65 and above): € 5.50
  • Students(0-26): € 5.50
  • Groups (of 10 Persons and over): € 5.50
  • Children & Teenagers (0-18 years): Free
  • Social Ticket: € 2
  • Discounted tickets with valid Vienna-Card: € 5.50
  • 21er Haus Annual Ticket: € 21

For combined and other ticket prices, refer to the website.

  • Upper Belvedere: 10 am to 6 pm
  • Lower Belvedere / Orangery: Daily: 10am-6pm, Wednesday: 10am-9pm
  • Palace stables: Daily: 10am-noon
  • Winter Palace: Daily: 10am-6pm
  • 21er Haus: Thursday to Sunday: 11am-6pm, Wednesday: 11am-9pm, Public holidays: 11am-6pm

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  • Belvedere Palace Address: Prinz Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Wien, Austria, Vienna
  • Belvedere Palace Contact Number: +43-179557134
  • Belvedere Palace Timing: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Belvedere Palace Price: 14 EUR
  • Best time to visit Belvedere Palace(preferred time): 10:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Belvedere Palace: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 36.3% of people who visit Vienna include Belvedere Palace in their plan

  • 39.87% of people start their Belvedere Palace visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Belvedere Palace

Monday, Thursday and Sunday

91.2% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Belvedere Palace

People normally club together St Stephens Cathedral and Hundertwasserhaus while planning their visit to Belvedere Palace.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Belvedere has so much to offer even to travelers who are not so much into museums, castles and history as I am. Within its huge territory one can just have a walk, relax between on a bank or even run around as many do. Just have in mind bikes, skates, kick scooters are strongly forbidden even for caring inside the park. Of course, the exhibitions and events ongoing are so many that everyone could find something for your art and history thrill.

  • Very good museum with impressive art. The first floor (where the Klimt collection is) can be very crowded with a lot of tourists groups. Nevertheless is worth a visit. Most of the Museum is barrier free and the staff is happy to help you.

  • A must see palace set in a wonderful garden with the best views of Vienna. Visited the upper Belvedere with it's amazing art collection, notably Klimt's works, followed by a walk around the gardens. Beautiful. Only downside is the prices for drinks and light meals in the to take your own and picnic in the gardens.

  • An amazing palace and museum, surrounded by a large amount of precious gardens. I just visited the museum where the Kiss of Klimt is exposed, but I am sure the other ones are worth to visit as well. The location is good, not that far away of the city center Something to highlight is that you can use the WC for free (you should be really happy with this, because it is really complicated to go to the WC in Wien, because everywhere you have to pay).

  • What an absolutely beautiful place. We spent several hours here and could not do the whole place justice. The history of Vienna oozed out of the place and the gardens were something to behold. This palace ranks in the top five of those we have visited in the past 4 weeks and would definitely go back.

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