Secession Building
Secession Building
Secession Building

Secession Building

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Top 1% of attractions in Vienna
8 / 10

6 expert reviews

“Come here if for no other reason than to see Gustav Klimt's Beethoven Frieze, a 30m-long (98-ft.) visual interpretation of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony.”

– Frommer's

Fodor's
"If the Academy of Fine Arts represents the conservative attitude toward the arts in the late 1800s, then its antithesis can be found in the building immediately behind it to the southeast." Full review
Afar Magazine
"The exhibition space abides by the Seccession’s vision of uniting different kind of art, including architecture, and thus offers visitors the chance to see the works of Vienna’s Art Nouveau." Full review
Let's Go
"This square building with a golden laurel-leaf dome will certainly catch your eye as you wander through the Naschmarkt and Karlspl." Full review
Michelin Guide
2 Stars
"When the Secession Pavilion was built by Josef Maria Olbrich in 1898, it represented a brutal intrusion of avant-garde into the blue sky of triumphant historicism" Full review


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