Free Audio tour with iBeacons
Let your smartphone take you on an interactive tour of the Secession’s galleries: connect to transmitters installed throughout the building to stream a room-by-room audio tour and receive comprehensive information.
The OroundoApp is available for download:
Every Saturday at 11 a.m. in English and 2 p.m. in German
€ 3,– guide’s fee per person (plus admission)
Our survey tours introduce you to our current exhibitions and familiarize you with the Secession’s building, the artists’ association, and Gustav Klimt’s Beethoven Frieze and its history.
Guided tours in German, English, French, and Italian are also available upon arrangement.
Tour fee for adults, senior citizens, and students: € 50,–
Tour fee for school groups: € 30,–
All tour fees plus admissions
Maximum group size: 25
Every Saturday, 1 – 2 p.m. (while exhibitions of contemporary art are on view)
An art educator will be in the galleries to answer your question and discuss the art with you, free of charge.
Basic tour (ca. 50 minutes) plus optional in-depth information in German, English and Italian
Free of charge for holders of the ViennaCard
For an individual tour of the Secession and its exterior: includes information on the building’s history and architecture as well as interesting details about the artists’ association, the Secession’s work as an exhibition space for international contemporary art, and Gustav Klimt’s Beethoven Frieze.
Guided Tours for Families
Our program for parents who want to experience contemporary art with their children (ages 5 and up).
€ 3,– guide’s fee per adult (plus admission)
Children under the age of ten receive free admissio
Different eyes see different things…
Senior citizens and children experience contemporary art together.
This program is designed for seniors interested in learning to see art with the fresh eyes of young people and schools that want to harness the educational potential of intergenerational dialogue.
A project launched in collaboration with mumok. Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien.