Here history turns into a real experience!
Can there be any child who doesn’t long to be a princess or prince just for a day?
At the Schönbrunn Palace Children’s Museum in Vienna all three- to twelve-year-olds can make this dream come true while learning lots of interesting things about the everyday life of the imperial children. Kids love the hands-on activities such as laying the table, dressing a wig and completing the large garden puzzle.
The best part is the opportunity to slip into the clothes and roles of the imperial children and immerse oneself in the life of the olden days. A truly unforgettable experience for everybody!
Valid for single admission within one year from date of purchase.
The recommended age for children visiting the Children’s Museum Schönbrun Palace is between 3 and 12.
For parents with children (from one adult and up to 3 children) we offer a family ticket. Reductions in price for families will be automatically offered after you have entered the number of tickets required and clicked on the "Add to cart" button.
Last admission to is one hour before closing time.
Guided tours only in german.
Children may visit the museum only when accompanied by an adult!
Daily from 10 am – 5 pm
Ticket office closes at 4 pm
Accessible for wheelchair users.
All areas are accessible barrier-free via ramps or lift.
Underground: U4; get off at Schönbrunn
Trams: 10 and 60; get off at Schönbrunn
Bus: 10A; get off at Schönbrunn
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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