The Beethoven Frieze, the famous mural by Gustav Klimt, is located in the Vienna Secession.
© Belvedere Wien (als Leihgabe in der Wiener Secession)
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Architect and creative genius Otto Wagner (1841-1918) was one of the great pioneers of Viennese modernism. He propagated the ideal of contemporary architecture geared to the needs of modern society. Now a special map of Vienna brings together 26 of the city’s most important Otto Wagner buildings.
The Otto Wagner City Map is the result of a joint project involving the Vienna Architecture Center, Kirche am Steinhof, Wagner Werk – Museum Postsparkasse and the Wien Museum. German and English versions of the map including building descriptions are on sale for EUR 4 at any of the above locations and from the Vienna Architecture Center’s webshop (www.azw.at/item.php?item_id=144).
A combination ticket granting entry to the four Viennese cultural institutions behind the Otto Wagner City Map is also available for EUR 12. The ticket is valid at the following institutions and exhibitions: a_schau. Austrian architecture in the 20th and 21st centuries, the Vienna Architecture Center, Kirche am Steinhof, Wagner Werk – Museum Postsparkasse and the Otto Wagner Pavilion, Karlsplatz (special branch of the Vienna Museum).
The Architecture Center also offers special architecture tours for the blind and visually impaired. Tours for visitors with special needs on request.
Exhibition rooms, restaurant/café: no steps.
Interior: no steps
No steps in the exhibition hall.