Together with its Baroque park, Schönbrunn Palace was once the summer residence of Austria’s imperial family. Today Schönbrunn is one of Europe’s finest surviving Baroque complexes and the most popular attraction in Vienna.
Why not give yourself a whole day at Schönbrunn to discover Austria’s largest palace? Immerse yourself in the world of Empress Maria Theresa, Sisi and Emperor Franz Joseph I and explore this magnificent building that started out as an imperial hunting lodge.
Schönbrunn Palace takes you on an unforgettable journey through time, back into the world of the imperial Habsburg dynasty. On the Grand Tour and the Imperial Tour you can feast your eyes on magificent ceremonial rooms and opulently appointed salons. After touring the palace we suggest you make time for a stroll through the gardens – the Baroque complex at Schönbrunn Palace includes beautiful parkland, the Palm House, Maze, Gloriette and the famous zoo.
All of this makes Schönbrunn Palace a fascinating monument of Baroque architecture whose historic importance, unique setting and magnificent interiors have been fittingly honoured by inclusion on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list.
The Imperial Tour with twenty-two rooms is the shorter tour of Schönbrunn Palace. You will see the state rooms and private apartments of the imperial couple Franz Joseph and Elisabeth.
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.
The Sisi Ticket takes you on the trail of Empress Elisabeth to Schönbrunn, the Hofburg and the Imperial Furniture Collection.
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.