Lotteries Day on 20 May at the Belvedere in Vienna

Mai 11, 2022
Corporate News | Lotterien Tag
Enjoy the works of Salvador Dalí, Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele for free when you participate in an Austrian Lotteries' game.

The unique overall ensemble with its two palaces, the Upper and Lower Belvedere, and the extensive garden in Vienna's 3rd district is not just one of the most beautiful baroque buildings in the world, but also a leading international museum. As part of Lotteries Day, Austrian Lotteries now makes it possible for lottery participants to visit the world-famous art collections at the Belvedere for free on Friday, May 20, 2022. All you need to do is show proof of participation in an Austrian Lotteries' game, for example a Lotto, Toto or EuroMillions receipt, a scratch-off ticket or a break-open ticket.

The Lower Belvedere is currently hosting the two blockbuster exhibitions "Dalí – Freud. Eine Obsession" ("Dalí - Freud. An Obsession") – a surrealist revelation of the influence of Sigmund Freud on Salvador Dalí – and "Zeitlos schön: Viva Venezia" ("Timelessly Beautiful: Viva Venezia") about the myth of Venice.
There are guided tours of the Venice exhibition every hour from 10 am to 1 pm. The tour at 12 noon is for people suffering from dementia or forgetfulness and persons accompanying them.

In the Upper Belvedere there will be a tour at 11 am for sighted, blind and visually impaired visitors through the exhibition collection "Anders Sehen: Liebe, Tod und Leben" ("Seeing Differently: Love, Death and Life") with works by Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. From 12 noon to 2 pm there are hourly guided tours of the "Meisterwerke des Belvedere" ("Masterpieces of the Belvedere").

The Belvedere is open on Lotteries Day from 10 am to 6 pm. You can also buy an online ticket at www.belvedere.at/programm and show it at the entrance together with a lottery product.
 

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