We would like you to pay attention to the following offer:
Both Schönbrunn glasshouses with one ticket! Savings of more than 20% compared with buying tickets individually.
Tickets for groups of 10 or over available from the ticket desk only.
The Palm House is located on the site of the former Dutch botanical gardens. Commissioned by Emperor Franz Joseph I, it was constructed by the engineer Ignaz Gridl between 1881 and 1882 according to plans by the court architect Franz Xaver Segenschmid. Measuring 111m in length, the structure comprises a 28m-high central pavilion and two lower side pavilions, which together provide three different climate zones – a cold house in the north, a temperate Mediterranean zone in the central pavilion, and the tropical house in the south. The permanent beds and the temporary seasonal plant displays present outstanding examples from the Federal Gardens’ plant collections.
Admission is free for children aged 5 and under.
The ticket is valid for one admission within a year of the purchase date.
Wearing an FFP2 mask is recommended.
The Schönbrunn Palm House is open 365 days a year!
May - September: 9.30 am - 6 pm
October - April: 9.30 am - 5 pm
The Palm House is fully wheelchair accessible.
WC facilities are located next to the ticket desk. The nearest wheelchair accessible toilet is located in the entrance area of the Desert House.
An imperial view over Vienna! The Gloriette offers a breathtaking view over the palace and the park at Schönbrunn – ideal for unforgettable holiday snaps.
Baroque horticulture – the Privy Garden of the imperial family.
The Maze & Labyrinth in the park at Schönbrunn are the perfect attraction for young and old alike!