Vienna Pride 2021: Stay safe, stay proud!
The Rainbow Parade is the absolute highlight of the annual Vienna Pride event. Normally, dozens of trucks blaring loud music and with a bunch of "passengers" on board roll their way along Vienna's Ringstrasse. Due to the current coronavirus situation, the demonstration for equal rights of LGBTIQ people will take place on June 19, 2021, as a march on foot and on bicycles. This way the Rainbow Parade will be returning to its roots. The closing event will be held on City Hall Square. FFP2 masks and a minimum distance of two meters between people from different households are mandatory.
Vienna Pride gets going under the motto "Stay safe, stay proud!" on June 7, 2021. Many (official) buildings will hoist the rainbow flag to ensure visibility of the LGBTIQ community. Trams bedecked with rainbow flags will also ply throughout the city for the whole of June.
The Pride rooftop cinema and Pride brunches at community venues are the few events that can be held in an analog fashion. Most of the program will be held virtually: digital guided tours of museums like the Albertina, DJ and band livestream evenings from clubs, discussions, workshops and medical online presentations. The legendary Pride Village at City Hall Square is having to take a break this year.
Virtual Pride Run
Even the Pride Run on June 18, 2021, which attracted thousands of runners to the Ringstrasse for EuroPride 2019, is having to take place virtually this year: the packages for all registered entrants will be sent out by post. Each person will then run in the Pride Run shirt in an individual location to ensure visibility.
Queering the Belvedere
The Belvedere offers a special program: In addition to a Queer History Tour with Andreas Brunner from QWIEN - Center for Queer History (12.6.), artist talks and films on the topic of queer archives (17.6.) are on the program. On 24.6. the focus will be on work in queer-feminist collectives. And of course, the Belvedere will also raise the rainbow flag.
June 7-20, 2021
June 19, 2021
City Hall SquareRathausplatz
Upper BelvederePrinz-Eugen-Straße 27
Please note: Groups of 10 or more people, you must make an appointment for a tour with the Upper Belvedere in advance. There is no charge for this. You can contact the reservation team at the Belvedere by email or telephone.
Monday to Sunday, 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
Telephone: +43 1 795 57-333
Your benefit with the Vienna City Card:
Additional information on the offer: Standard ticket price: 16€ Klimt ticket (Upper and Lower Belvedere): 21,5€ instead of 24€
- Your benefit with the Vienna City Card: -9%
- Mo, 10:00 - 18:00
- Tu, 10:00 - 18:00
- We, 10:00 - 18:00
- Th, 10:00 - 18:00
- Fr, 10:00 - 18:00
- Sa, 10:00 - 18:00
- Su, 10:00 - 18:00
Opening hours from Nov. 2 to March 22: Tues-Sun from 10am to 6pm, Mon closed.
- no steps (Schwingtüre 102 cm wide)
Car parks Main entrance
Parking spaces for people with disabilities
Parking space for visitors with disabilities in front of the entrance at Prinz-Eugen-Strasse 27, Parking: 10 am – 6 pm
- Parking spaces for people with disabilities
- Door 150 cm wide
- Seeing eye dogs allowed
- Wheelchair accessible restroom available.
Special offers for people with disabilities
Reduced admission for persons with special needs and their escorts (3 Euro each). "Seeing differently" tours (tactile tours) in the Upper Belvedere: The tours with picture descriptions and tactile support are particularly suitable for blind and visually impaired visitors. Multimedia guides with videos in Austrian Sign Language (OGS) are available to deaf and hearing impaired visitors. Over 30 videos provide information on selected works of the collection in the Upper Belvedere and on the palace and garden complex as well as the history of the Belvedere.
2 elevators reachable via a ramp (staff will provide assistance), wheelchairs available at the cloakroom.
Shop/café: a few steps (staff will provide assistance).
- Main entrance