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Vienna, Schönbrunn Palace

Orangery Garden – Schönbrunn

  • Explore the second-largest Baroque orangery in Europe.
  • Take a stroll through the history of European horticulture.
  • Let precious exotic plants such as bitter oranges, olive trees and myrtles beguile your senses in the Orangery Garden.

The Orangery at Schönbrunn was built around 1754 by Nicolaus Pacassi. With a length of 189 metres and a breadth of ten metres, it is one of the largest orangeries in Europe after that of Versailles.

Originally built as a Baroque hot house, it was soon used by the Habsburgs for magnificent festive celebrations, at which Franz Joseph impressed his guests with decorated citrus trees and exotic plants.

Take a look at the imposing structure and note the historical hypocaust heating system, still in use today.

Ticket- Details

Valid for single admission within one year from date of purchase.

The ticket is only available during the summer season from 1 April to 3 November 2019.

Concessions are only available at the museum ticket desks.

Free admission for children under 6.

Family Ticket

For parents with children (2 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.

Opening hours

1st April to 30th June               9.00 am to 5.00 pm

1st July to 31st August                  9.00 am to 6.00 pm

1st September to 26th October     9.00 am to 5.00 pm

27th October to 3rd November      9.00 am to 4.00 pm

Further information

Accessible for wheelchair users.

Pleas note: if you require barrier-free access to the Orangery Garden, you can obtain a special ticket for this purpose by showing a valid online ticket at the ticket desk at the main entrance or at the ticket office for the Privy Garden.

Schönbrunn Palace
Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47
1130 Vienna
Getting there

Public transport
Underground: U4; get off at Schönbrunn
Trams: 10 and 60; get off at Schönbrunn
Bus: 10A; get off at Schönbrunn

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