The court pavilion Hietzing was completed in 1899. Designed in unique modern style and completed with opulent art nouveau interior decoration in 1899, the building was to serve all the needs of Emperor Franz Josef and his entourage. It is a potent embodiment of Otto Wagner’s artistic vision, which was to inspire the development of 20th-century architecture.
The OTTO WAGNER PAVILION at Karlsplatz was built in 1898 in the course of the construction of the city railroad. Otto Wagner designed two identically designed portal buildings. Today, the Wien Museum uses the western pavilion, from where the trains once ran to Hütteldorf. An art nouveau jewel was brought to new life: Since the summer of 2005, the Otto Wagner Pavilion on Karlsplatz has housed a permanent documentation of the life and work of the great Austrian architectural artist.
The VIENNABallhaus is a hidden neo-baroque jewel (136 m²) with a wonderful garden (approx. 250 m²). Whoever steps through the entrance of the classic old building at Berggasse 5 in Vienna's 9th district is immersed in another world. Once part of a popular Viennese inn, the VIENNABallhaus is now an exclusive event location.
Our exceptional location crystallizes as a top shooting and film location. Here is staged, filmed and shot what the stuff holds. Both photographers and filmmakers like to come to us on the Alsergrund. Whether film, TV, commercials, fashion, lifestyle or culture - the Ballhaus always fits.
Ground level access
Make-up & Fitting Room, Bathroom, PA
Craft service/crew catering can be easily ordered in-house and sufficient power connections are available inside and in the garden.