Gold Pass

Schönbrunn Palace
Schönbrunn Palace
Crown Prince Garden
Privy Garden
Maze & Labyrinth
Maze & Labyrinth
Orangery Garden
Palm House
Desert Experience House
Desert Experience House
Carriage Museum
Palm House
Court Bakery Schönbrunn
Carriage Museum
Schloss Hof

See everything at Schönbrunn and Schloss Hof with just one ticket!
The Schönbrunn Gold Pass enables you to see all the attractions at Schönbrunn and includes admission to Schloss Hof in the Marchfeld region – valid for one year!

Your Schönbrunn Gold Pass includes:

  • Grand Tour with audio guide
  • Privy Garden: take a stroll in the leafy shade of the pergolas
  • Gloriette with viewing terrace: fantastic panoramic view of Vienna
  • Maze & Labyrinth: fun, games and recreation for children and adults
  • Orangery Garden: relax in the historical garden
  • Zoo: admission to the world's oldest zoo and best zoo in Europe
  • Desert Experience House: meet the master survivalists
  • Palm House: fascinating jungle flora in an architectural masterpiece
  • Carriage Museum: carriages, sleighs and sedan chairs from the imperial fleet of vehicles
  • Schloss Hof in Lower Austria: immerse yourself in the fascinating world of the Baroque

The Schönbrunn Gold Pass is available during the summer season at the ticket desks in the palace, as well as at the Zoo, Desert Experience House, Palm House, Carriage Museum and Schloss Hof.

Advantages include:

  • Valid for one year from date of issue
  • Entitles you to one visit to all the attractions included.
  • Dedicated fast lane for admission to the tour of the palace
  • Adults save up to 20% compared with the price of individual

Adults       € 55.50
Children    € 30.50



summer seasonwinter season
2015/201615 March 2015 - 02 November 201503 November 2015 - 14 March 2016
2016/201715 March 2016 - 06 November 201607 November 2016 - 14 March 2017
Prices valid from 15 March 2015 to 14 March 2017
Prices per person
Prices inclusive of all relevant taxes
Prices are subject to change without notice

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