Wotruba. Heavenwards

WOTRUBA. Heavenwards

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An architectural icon of concrete blocks, today, the Church of the Most Holy Trinity is recognized as a modern landmark of Vienna. The artistic design of the church building, highly controversial at the time, was the brainchild of sculptor Fritz Wotruba (1907–75): "I dream of a sculpture in which landscape, architecture, and city become one." In this exhibition tour, you will discover little-known facts about the church's origins and design


 

 

 

* This price is a lump sum for a sixty-minute guided tour for groups of max. 25 people during standard opening hours. Should your group comprise more than 25 people, we will arrange additional guided tours at the applicable rate. Excl. entrance tickets.
For exclusive evening tours outside of opening hours, please contact our event department via events@belvedere.at. 

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Safety Precautions

Please arrive at the respective meeting point no later than 15 minutes before the start of the event.

In addition, we ask you to comply with our Visitor Regulations for the entire duration of the event.

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Silent Systems 

Our museum educators are equipped with Silent Systems that have been thoroughly disinfected. We ask you to use personal headphones (standard 3.5 mm connector) whenever possible for sanitary reasons. Alternatively, headphones will be provided on site.

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Ansicht Osten
Church of the Most Holy Trinity on the Georgenberg in Vienna-Mauer, view from the east
Photo: Johannes Stoll / Belvedere, Vienna
Tickets for the event *
Flat rate
€ 90,00
Entrance tickets
Regular
€ 8,90
Seniors over 65
€ 6,90
Students under 26
€ 6,90
Children and youth under 19
€ 0,00
Belvedere 21 | B21

Belvedere 21
Arsenalstraße 1
1030 Vienna
Austria