Beethovenfries & Contemporary Art Exhibitions
Single ticket € 9,50
Group rate (min. 8 persons) € 7,-
Pupils, students and senior citizens:
Single ticket € 6,-
Group rate (min. 8 persons) € 4,50
Single pass € 19,-
Children up to 10 years are admitted at no charge.
Erste Bank clients: € 4,50 (by presenting a Erste BankCard)
Ö1 Club members: € 6,- (including one accompanying person)
Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur: free of charge (by presenting a Kulturpass)
Our cooperation partners
Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
The Secession will remain open to visitors and continue to present exhibitions during the renovations. However, for technical reasons, selected areas will be closed intermittently.
Until further notice, regular opening hours apply.
Association of Visual Artists
Phone: +43/1/587 53 07
Access by public transport
Underground station Karlsplatz (U1, U2, U4)
In German and Englisch: € 3,-
Audio Tour with iBeacons
Interactive tour with your smartphone in German, English and Italian, free of charge
Every Saturday at 11 a.m. in English and 2 p.m. in German
Per person: € 3,- plus admission (without registration)
Can be booked upon arrangement in German, English, French, and Italian for a maximum group size of 25 persons.
For adults, senior citizens, and students: € 50,-
For school groups: € 30,-
All tour fees plus admissions
For inquiries, reservations, etc., please contact:
Tel: +43-1-587 53 07
Please see our event calendar for upcoming guided tours.
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).
We strive to offer barrier-free access programs. If you’re interested, please contact our art education team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visitors with disabilities are eligible for reduced admission, to one assisting person free entry will be granted .
Due to monument protection regulations, wheelchair accessibility is limited at the Secession. Inside the building, the exhibitions in the main hall and the gallery as well as the museum shop can be accessed without further assistance.
Visitors in wheelchairs may enter the building using the elevator to the left of the Secession’s main entrance. Please contact us via the intercom by the elevator; our staff will be happy to assist you.
Unfortunately, there is no access to the Beethoven Frieze and the Grafisches Kabinett for visitors with walking disabilities. As part of the general renovation of the Secession’s building we hope to implement in the near future, we plan to create barrier-free access to the Beethoven Frieze.