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Timings : Upper Belvedere 

Monday to Sunday - 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM

Lower Belvedere 

Monday to Sunday - 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM 

Belvedere 21 

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday to Sunday - 11:00 AM to 06:00 PM 

Thursday - 11:00 AM to 09:00 PM 

Closed on Mondays. Open on public holidays.

Entry Fee : Upper Belvedere

Adults: EUR 16.90

Seniors (over 65 years): EUR 14.40 

Students (under 26 years): EUR 14.40 

Visitors with valid Vienna City Card: EUR 14.50

People with disability: EUR 4.00 

Children and young people (under 19 years): Free

Lower Belvedere

Adults: EUR 14.90

Seniors (above 65 years): EUR 11.90 

Students (under 26 years): EUR 11.90 

Visitors with valid Vienna City Card: EUR 12.00

People with disability: EUR 4.00 

Children and young people (under 19 years): Free

Belvedere 21

Adults: EUR 8.90

Seniors (over 65 years): EUR 6.90

Students (under 26 years): EUR 6.90 

Visitors with valid Vienna City Card: EUR 7.00

People with disability: EUR 3.00 

Children and young people (under 19 years): Free

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Belvedere Museum, Vienna Overview

Comprising two Baroque palaces, an extensive garden, and an orangery, the Belvedere Palace of Vienna was erected by the Habsburg dynasty’s Prince Eugene of Savoy as a summer residence. Later on, it played home to several French, Austrian, and Hungarian royalties, including Archduke Ferdinand and his wife, whose assassinations were the lynchpin for the outbreak of World War I. Upper and Lower Belvedere now house permanent exhibitions of landmark art pieces by Gustav Klimt, Vincent Van Gogh, Auguste Rodin, Claude Monet, and more. In addition, the second half of the 20th century saw the museum restitute several art pieces looted by Nazi Germany to their rightful owners or heirs. The Palace Gardens stretch between the palaces with water basins, statues, and symmetrical flower beds. One can also pay a visit to Belvedere 21 museum 3 minutes away. Originally built as a steel skeleton of the Austrian pavilion for the 1958 World’s Fair in Brussels, it is now a building with modern, post-modern, and contemporary Viennese art on display.

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