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The series of statues in the Great Parterre was executed by Johann Christian Wilhelm Beyer and members of his workshop. For the Great Parterre at Schönbrunn Beyer and...

Since the founding of the SKB (Schloß Schönbrunn Kultur- und Betriebsgesellschaft) in 1992 and the accompanying constructional work, the creation of barrier-free access...

On 28 June 1914, the fatal shots were fired at the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne in Sarajevo. Shortly before the 100th anniversary of the assassination, an...

The furnishing and surfaces of the Porcelain Room as can be seen today date back to 1763, when the room was Maria Theresa’s playroom and study. The mounted wood...

The building that houses the spring that gave its name to Schönbrunn Palace extensively restored over two-years /a white edging striking for ceremonial buildings...

What was previously only possible at weekends, on public holidays and during the school holidays is now possible every day from 7 April (to 2 November): a visit to the...

Schönbrunn Palace stands for imperial magnificence and the glory of the Imperial Court, a unique atmosphere that will soon be available to holiday guests. In the Palace...

Save 25% and profit from fast-lane access into Schönbrunn Palace with the special low-priced offer of a combi-ticket for all Sisi fans.

Over the last few months we have extended "The World of the Habsburgs" by adding a number of detailed biographies of the most important members of the Habsburg family...

Diamonds stars with pearls (Köchert) and without pearls (Fischmeister)

Franz Xaver Winterhalter's famous painting of Empress Elisabeth in the Court Gala robes also made famous the Empress's diamond stars. There were various versions of...

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