Schloss Hof opens their wickets for those who seek a magical Christmas market. At the 100 stalls, you will find whatever your Christmassy heart desires – from Christmas tree decorations, toys and crib figurines, to wood work and candles. Those who relish epicurean enjoyments, will find mulled wine, punch, chestnuts, roasted almonds and gingerbread.
There will be a colourful program for our youngest guests too, where they will be able to attend tinkering and baking workshops, visit an historic calligraphy atelier in which they can write a letter to Father Christmas, and see magical magicians and storytellers. It doesn’t stop there; there will be special guided tours for children, horse riding, an enchanted forest, a living manger and much more.
Children up to 6 years free entrance.
Get to Schloss Hof and Schloss Niederweiden by car!
Take the airport motorway A4 (exit Fischamend), the B9 (direction Hainburg) and the B49 to visit Schloss Hof Estate. 545 parking places for cars and buses are available on the Waldparkplatz – “forest car park”.
Take the airport motorway A4 (exit Fischamend), the B9 (direction Hainburg) and the B49 to visit Schloss Niederweiden. There are plenty of parking places for cars and buses on the car park directly in front of the palace.
Today the former imperial country residence (60 km outside Vienna) has become an atmospheric stage for an exciting voyage back in time to the fascinating world of the Baroque.
Where heaven and earth meet, there is much to experience and to discover.
The Grand Tour of the palace includes forty-four rooms. As well as the state rooms and private apartments of the imperial couple Franz Joseph and Elisabeth you will also see the precious eighteenth-century interiors from the time of Maria Theresa.
Ideal excursion ticket for families, saving at least 50% compared to purchasing separate tickets. Includes the Imperial Tour at Schönbrunn Palace, the Schönbrunn Palace Children’s Museum and admission to Schloss Hof in Lower Austria, 60 km outside Vienna.
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