From Spin The Globe’s 8 Wheelchair Accessible Things To Do In Vienna: One of Europe’s most stunning Baroque landmarks, this museum ensemble – comprising the Upper and Lower Belvedere Palace and an extensive garden – is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Today the Belvedere houses the greatest collection of Austrian art dating from the Middle Ages to the present day, complemented by the work of international artists such as Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, and Max Beckmann. Highlights from the holdings Vienna 1880–1914 are the world’s largest collection of Gustav Klimt’s paintings.
For information on the Belvedere Museum's accessibility, go to the museum's Barrier-free Visit page. From Spin The Globe's 8 Wheelchair Accessible Things To Do In Vienna: You can reach the Belvedere by tram on the D-line, but if you have good battery life on your power chair or scooter, it’s roughly a 3-mile round trip from city center.