This ticket gives you a budget-friendly package for three imperial attractions:
It’s an ideal excursion ticket for families, with a saving of at least 50% compared to purchasing separate tickets.
With the Family Pass you can immerse yourselves in the courtly world of bygone ages: at Schönbrunn Palace, in the Children’s Museum at Schönbrunn, and at Schloss Hof in Lower Austria.
Tour of the palace – Imperial Tour
Take a stroll through twenty-two state rooms in this unique imperial summer residence, and gain an impression not only of the sumptuous magnificence of the Great Gallery, the exotic charm of the Chinese Cabinets but also the comparative frugality with which Emperor Franz Joseph had his private rooms furnished. Including audio guide or printed description depending on availability
Duration: approximately 30–40 minutes.
Schönbrunn Children’s Museum
Here history turns into a real experience! The Children’s Museum at Schönbrunn is a dedicated space for old and young alike that gives the visitor a special insight into the world of the imperial children. Afterwards kids can have fun dressing up as little princes and princesses.
Schloss Hof Estate
The former hunting lodge of Prince Eugene of Savoy in the east of Lower Austria makes an ideal full-day excursion for all the family: the Baroque complex with its elegant palace and stunning terraced gardens, and the estate farm with all its animals and artisan workshops make for an unforgettable experience.
The Family Pass is valid for single admission within one year from date of purchase.
Admission time slots for Schönbrunn Palace must be observed.
Valid for single admission to all attractions included.
Imperial Tour and Schloss Hoff Estete - free admission for children under 6.
Children between 3 and 6 years need an extra ticket for the Schönbrunn Children’s Museum.
Not valid for travel on the underground or rail network.
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.
Last admission to the individual attractions is one hour before closing time.
Please note seasonal opening hours.
Schönbrunn Palace - daily from 8am. - including public holidays
Schönbrunn Children’s Museum - daily from 10am -5pm (last admission 4pm)
Schloss Hof Estate:
March 15, 2019 to November 17, 2019 - daily 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
November 18, 2019 to March 14, 2020 - daily 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Accessible for wheelchair users.
All exhibition 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
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.
Immerse yourself and your children in an adventure at Schönbrunn Palace and visit the Schönbrunn Palace Children’s Museum plus Maze & Labyrinth & Labyrinthikon playground on our combined ticket.
At the interface of past and future, the Technisches Museum Wien invites its visitors, to get to know, experience and reflect on various fields of technology and the history of technology based on their interest and age.
Schönbrunn Zoo – the oldest zoo in the world and the best zoo in Europe.
The Maze & Labyrinth in the park at Schönbrunn are the perfect attraction for young and old alike!
Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of the Viennese court, and follow fundamentally different people such as Empress Maria Theresa, Emperor Franz Joseph and Napoleon Bonaparte through their eventful lives.