Lower Belvedere

Lower Belvedere Palace and Museum

About the Museum


Gold Cabinet at the Lower Belvedere

Lower Belvedere Palace and Museum

Gold Cabinet at the Lower Belvedere
© Belvedere, Vienna

Gold Cabinet at the Lower Belvedere

Lower Belvedere
© Sebastian Reich

Lower Belvedere

Marble Hall at the Lower Belvedere
© Margherita Spiluttini

Marble Hall at the Lower Belvedere

Marble Gallery at the Lower Belvedere
© Margherita Spiluttini

Marble Gallery at the Lower Belvedere

Set among extensive gardens overlooking the city of Vienna, the Lower Belvedere palace is part of a grand 18th-century complex of buildings and is today primarily used to house temporary exhibitions. The museum focuses on Austrian artists in an international context and the key movements in Western art history. Along with the Upper Belvedere, The Lower Belvedere is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its impressive Baroque architecture and interiors, originally built for the diplomat and collector Prince Eugene of Savoy.

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