360° Vienna venue tours
While the imperial state rooms at the Hofburg are ready for the post-corona era to begin, visitors can move between the different rooms on a virtual 360° tour of the venue. The Hofburg Vienna offers 17,000m² of space spread across 35 rooms and halls for events for 50 to 4,900 people. The imperial state rooms featuring the very latest event technology are the undoubted jewel in the crown.
Take the virtual tour of HOFBURG Vienna here.
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Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center
Right next to Vienna's famous Prater park, Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center has around 55,000m² of exhibition space in the main building and a further 7,000m² of space in the directly adjacent Congress Center. The Exhibition Center can accommodate up to 30,000 congress participants or 50,000 trade fair visitors a day. The Congress Center comprises up to 18 individual rooms for events for between 100 and 3,000 visitors. A virtual tour brings the halls and rooms at the Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center to life.
Take the virtual tour of Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center here.
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Located in Vienna's 22nd district, this former factory site has been given a new lease of life, reemerging as the highly versatile METAStadt following a major renovation project that focused on preserving the complex's historic roots. This multifunctional industrial location has huge potential when it comes to staging a wide variety of event formats. Covering some 14,500m², it includes five individual locations and extensive outdoor spaces. The charm of the 100-year-old brick buildings combined with contemporary design touches creates an atmosphere that emanates history and modernity while effortlessly incorporating fresh visions. Today it can host meetings for up to 5,000 people. And thanks to a virtual 3D tour, prospective visitors can get a feel for everything METAStadt has to offer.
Take the virtual tour of METAStadt here.
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Upper Belvedere, Lower Belvedere and Belvedere 21
With its unique Baroque grounds and world-class art collection, the Belvedere provides a truly exclusive setting for events. From elegant gala dinners to black-tie receptions and informal cocktail parties, the Baroque rooms and halls are the perfect choice whatever the occasion. The Upper Belvedere, Lower Belvedere and Belvedere 21 can all be explored online.
Remise - Transport Museum
The Remise is one of Vienna’s more unusual event locations. Centrally located in the third district, it is available for hire for corporate events, presentations and private parties. Built in 1901, this heritage-listed, fully-wheelchair accessible brick ensemble was once the Erdberg tram depot. Today it offers a distinctive historic charm that combines contemporary infrastructure with the appeal of a museum. Its 826m² of exhibition space can be divided as required and dressed to suit any event. The Wiener Linien public transportation authority offers a 360° tour of the Remise (set to music) on its website.
Take the virtual tour of Remise - Transport Museum here.
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Vienna State Opera
The Vienna State Opera – one of the world's best known opera houses – is shaped by an illustrious past and an eclectic present: each season, around 350 performances of over 60 different operas and ballets attract up to 600,000 concertgoers. As a cultural institution, the Vienna State Opera picked up the baton from its predecessor, the Vienna Court Opera, which was founded and patronized by the ruling Habsburgs. Four of the historic state rooms are available to hire for events: the Marble Hall, the Gustav Mahler Hall, the Schwind Foyer and the Tea Salon. All of them can be viewed in a digital tour.
Take the virtual tour of Vienna State Opera here.
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Ernst Fuchs Museum
Now home to the Ernst Fuchs Museum, the Otto Wagner villa is a valuable piece of Viennese architectural history. Built in 1888 by Otto Wagner and saved from ruin in 1972, the villa was converted into a museum in 1988. The world's largest collection of his pictures and sculptures is on show in six lavishly decorated rooms. The artist's former private quarters contain examples of his own furniture designs, inlay work and fabrics. The leaded windows by Adolf Böhm date back to the fin de siècle era. With its three spacious salons, the Roman-inspired bathroom on the first floor and the elegant loggia, the Ernst Fuchs Museum is one of the most sought-after event locations in Vienna today. You can enjoy the beautifully detailed virtual/online tour from the comfort of your own home.
Take the virtual tour of Ernst Fuchs Museum here.
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In addition to current exhibitions you can also explore rentable rooms of these museums digitally:
MORE HISTORICAL VENUES
Other historically significant buildings in Vienna also offer special event opportunities and virtual discovery tours:
- GARTENPALAIS Liechtenstein
- STADTPALAIS Liechtenstein
- Palais Ferstel
- Palais Pallavicini
- Palais Daun-Kinsky
- Palais Schönburg
- Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
- Universität Wien (Main Building)
- Universität Wien (Campus)
- Wiener Börsensäle
- MuTh Konzertsaal der Wiener Sängerknaben
MORE MODERN VENUES
You can get a great virtual impression of these modern Viennese meeting venues:
- Erste Bank Campus
- Studio 44 der Österreichischen Lotterien
- wolke19 im Ares Tower
- wolke21 im Saturn Tower
- JUWEL Wien
Please note that the venues featured above represent only a handful of the options available. For a full overview including photos and descriptions of more than 200 captivating locations in Vienna, check our Venue Finder, which is updated regularly.