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Vienna, Schönbrunn Palace

Schönbrunn Group Pass


  • The Schönbrunn Group Pass combines four historic sights and four attractions in the gardens at Schönbrunn Palace in one ticket.

  • The perfect ticket for experiencing Austria’s imperial heritage in Vienna and Lower Austria at first hand, saving you at least 50% compared to buying single tickets.

  • Visit Schönbrunn Palace on the day of your choice at the time you have selected; admission to the other attractions included is valid for single visits within one year from date of issue.
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Schönbrunn Group Pass
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Child € 30,00
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The ultimate imperial experience!

Discover four imperial highlights in Vienna and Lower Austria, and four attractions in the park at Schönbrunn on a single ticket! 

  • Grand Tour – Schönbrunn Palace

Forty rooms – forty fascinating stories from three centuries.

Stroll through forty magnificent state rooms and learn about the fascinating history of one of Austria’s most important cultural heritage sites. A tour of Schönbrunn Palace will give you an impression of what the life of the imperial dynasty was like, and you’ll also see exquisite eighteenth-century rooms from the reign of Maria Theresa.

(Includes free audio guide or printed tour description, depending on availability).

  • Sisi Museum in the Vienna Hofburg

Here you can explore three imperial highlights under one roof: the Sisi Museum, the Imperial Apartments and the Silver Collection. The mystique of Empress Elisabeth can be experienced in this ‘museum of the emotions’ which casts a revealing light on the mysteries of her fascinating personality.

(Includes audio guide or printed tour description depending on availability.)

  • Vienna Imperial Furniture Collection

During the reign of Emperor Franz Joseph the Imperial-Royal Court Furniture Depository was used for storing furniture and decorative furnishings that belonged to the crown estate and the Habsburg family. Housing 165,000 objects, it is today one of the world’s largest collections of furniture.

Explore Habsburg history and enjoy a journey through the story of design from the Baroque to the present day!

  • Schönbrunn Palace Children’s Museum – hands-on history!

Are there any children who would pass up a chance at being a prince or princess, at least for one day?

At the Schönbrunn Palace Children’s Museum play activities teach children all about the everyday life of the imperial children. Afterwards children can fulfil their dreams by getting to dress up as a prince or princess.

(Includes information sheets in 8 different languages).

  • Schloss Hof

Just under an hour’s drive from Vienna in the eastern Marchfeld region is the Baroque jewel of Schloss Hof, set in 70 hectares of magnificent grounds. Once a rural retreat for the imperial family, today it is an atmospheric stage where the visitor can enjoy a journey in time back to the fascinating world of the Baroque era.

Visit Prince Eugene of Savoy’s country estate, which was remodelled during the reign of Empress Maria Theresa to become the largest rural palatial complex in Austria, and discover the magnificent palace, unique Baroque gardens and the idyllic estate farm with its wealth of animals and plants.

(Includes audio guide to the permanent exhibition in the palace state rooms)

  • Garden attractions – Schönbrunn


Enjoy an imperial view of Vienna! The Gloriette offers a breathtaking view of the palace and park at Schönbrunn – perfect for taking those special photos.

Maze & Labyrinth

Waiting for you here is a maze that invites you to enjoy losing your way between its leafy hedges, a historical labyrinth with surprises at every turn, and the Labyrinthikon playground.

Privy Garden

Baroque horticultural design – stroll along under the shady pergola of the imperial family’s privy garden and admire the stunning formal borders with their intricate patterns and the beautiful specimen citrus trees from the Austrian Federal Gardens.

Orangery Garden

Visit the second-largest Baroque orangery in Europe and take a walk through the history of European garden design. Let precious exotic plants such as bitter orange trees, olive trees and myrtles beguile your senses in the Orangery Garden.


Validity: Ticket valid for touring Schönbrunn Palace in the day and at the time selected; single admission to the other attractions included within one year of date of issue.

This ticket does not include any guided tours. Audio guides or printed tour descriptions (depending on availability) are available free of charge in various languages.

Free admission for children aged 6 and under.

Please note: Children aged between 3 and 5 require an additional ticket for the Schönbrunn Palace Children’s Museum.

The Panorama Terrace on the Gloriette has been re-opened to the public. Please observe the obligation to use a face-mask or other mouth and nose covering whilst climbing and descending the stairs.

Please note

The time of admission printed on your ticket only applies to admission to Schönbrunn Palace and must be adhered to. If you arrive late, the ticket is invalid for a tour of the palace

Schönbrunn Palace
Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47
1130 Vienna
Sisi Museum
Hofburg – Michaelerkuppel
1010 Vienna
Vienna Furniture Museum
Andreasgasse 7
1070 Vienna
Schloss Hof Estate
Schlosshof 1
2294 Schloßhof
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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