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    Sisi Ticket Deluxe

    Sisi Ticket Deluxe

    1 ticket – 4 imperial experiences for the price of 3!

    Audioguide Audioguide
    Rooms 4 imperial sites

    Sisi Ticket Deluxe

    Sisi Ticket Deluxe

    1 ticket – 4 imperial experiences for the price of 3!

    Accompany Empress Elisabeth on her travels and visit the four top locations of imperial Austrian history: Schönbrunn Palace, the Sisi Museum in the Vienna Hofburg, the Vienna Furniture Museum and Schloss Hof Estate with its new temporary exhibition focusing on Sisi!

     

    Schönbrunn Palace

    • Visit the residential apartments of Franz Joseph and Elisabeth and admire the most precious and valuable 18th-century interiors dating from the reign of Maria Theresa. 
    • Tour of the Palace – Grand Tour with audio guide [40 rooms / 50 minutes]
       

    Sisi Museum 

    Sisi Museum - Imperial Appartements - Silver Collection with Audioguide

    • Here at the heart of the Vienna Hofburg is the best place to experience and explore the mystique of Sisi as woman and empress.
    • Discover 3 imperial highlights under one roof and explore the Sisi Museum, the Imperial Apartments and the Silver Collection in the Hofburg with audio guide.

    [1010 Vienna, entrance under the Michaelerkuppel dome, U3 Herrengasse]
     

    Vienna Furniture Museum

    • Enjoy a journey through the history of design in one of the world’s largest furniture collections and round off your visit with a Sissi in the Movies tour including audio guide.
    • Explore the current and temporary exhibition.

    [1070 Wien, Andreasgasse 7, U3 Station Zieglergasse] 
     

    Schloss Hof Estate (Lower Austria)

    • Enjoy Austria’s largest rural palace complex, explore the permanent exhibition in the state rooms in the palace (including audio guide) and discover the delightful rare breed animals on the idyllic estate farm. – Adventures for all the family, just 45 minutes from Vienna [Schloss Hof: 2294 1 Schlosshof, Schloss Niederweiden: 2292 Engelhartstetten, Niederweiden 1]
    • Current highlight: Sisi temporary exhibition at Schloss Hof Estate (Sisi’s Son Rudolf) and Schloss Niederweiden (Sisi – Woman and Empress)

     

    How you benefit

    • Ticket has to be redeemed before 26 October 2021.
    • With the Sisi Ticket Deluxe you save up to EUR 29.50 per person.
    • The Sisi Ticket Deluxe gives you single admission to all the included attractions.
    • The ideal ticket for getting to know the finest imperial attractions in the vicinity!
    Price incl. Audioguide** 
    Adults€ 36,00
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 23,00
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 33,00
    Disabled persons*€ 33,00
    Vienna City Card*€ 33,00
    School groups (aged 6 - 18)*€ 16,50
    Families (2 adults, up to 3 children)***€ 75,00

    Important Information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    *** When purchasing online tickets the opportunity to apply the family discount will be offered once you have entered the desired number of tickets and clicked on the shopping cart icon.  

    Schönbrunn Group Pass

    Schönbrunn Group Pass

    1 ticket for all Schönbrunn Group attractions!

    Audioguide Audioguide
    Rooms 4 imperial sites

    Schönbrunn Group Pass

    Schönbrunn Group Pass

    1 ticket for all Schönbrunn Group attractions

    The Schönbrunn Group Pass is the perfect ticket for exploring Austria’s imperial heritage in Vienna and Lower Austria at first hand.

    With just one ticket you can visit all the imperial highlights in the Schönbrunn Group – Schönbrunn Palace, the Sisi Museum, the Imperial Furniture Collection and Schloss Hof Estate; at Schönbrunn this includes not only the magnificent state rooms but also the Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace and three highlights in the palace park (Orangery Garden/Privy Garden/Maze) as well as the Gloriette Panorama Terrace.

    How you benefit

    • With this combined offer you save 40% compared to buying separate tickets
    • The perfect ticket for getting to know all the finest imperial attractions in the vicinity
    • The Schönbrunn Group Pass permits one-time admission to all the included attractions
    Price incl. Audioguide** 
    Adults€ 50.00
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 30.00

    The pass is valid for one year and includes one-time admission to each attraction; to tour Schönbrunn Palace a specific day and time must be selected. Attractions can be visited on different days. The ticket is only available online.


    Buy your ticket online and your fascinating voyage of discovery into the world of the Habsburgs can begin!

    Important information

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    Imperial Tour

    Imperial Tour

    This tour will give you a picture of the different stylistic eras of the imperial monarchy and the lifes of the palace‘s inhabitants. You will see the state rooms and private apartments of Franz Joseph and Sisi.

    Audioguide Audioguide
    Rooms 22 rooms

    Imperial Tour

    Imperial Tour

    Be a guest of Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife Elisabeth and view the Rococo state rooms in the palace!

    On the Imperial Tour of twenty-two rooms you start off in the apartments occupied by Franz Joseph, whose suite of rooms was decorated and furnished with surprising frugality, followed by the apartments of his famous wife Sisi. Afterwards you can admire the opulent splendour of the Great Gallery, the exotic appeal of the Chinese Cabinets and the magnificent Hall of Ceremonies.

    Price incl. Audioguide** 
    Adults€ 18.00
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 13.00
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 16.00
    Disabled persons*€ 16.00
    School groups (aged 6 - 18)*€ 8.00

    Please note that while no guided tours are available for the Imperial Tour, free audio guides/printed descriptions are provided.

    The Imperial Tour is perfect if you’re interested in Franz Joseph and Elisabeth but are on a limited time budget.

    Important information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    Grand Tour

    Grand Tour

    Besides the state rooms and private apartments of the imperial couple you'll also see the precious 18th-century interiors from the time of Maria Theresia.

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    Rooms 40 rooms

    Grand Tour

    Grand Tour

    FORTY ROOMS – FORTY FASCINATING STORIES FROM THREE CENTURIES

    Taking in the exquisite rooms from the time of Maria Theresa, the Grand Tour extends and complements the Imperial Tour programme.

    With their avowedly luxurious character, most of the rooms are also notable for their chinoiserie and East Asian decoration and furnishings, in particular the Blue Chinese Salon and the Vieux-Laque Room which follow the Hall of Ceremonies. The Vieux-Laque Room was turned into a memorial room following the death of Emperor Franz Stephan. The Porcelain Room is followed by the Feketin Room, given its name by Maria Theresa, which became known shortly after the end of the Monarchy as the Millions Room on account of its precious rosewood panelling. The Gobelin Salon is hung with exquisite Brussels tapestries. The tour concludes with the so-called Rich Room, where the only surviving bed of state from the Viennese court is displayed.

    The Grand Tour is a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

    You can explore the state rooms either with a guided tour (for which there is an additional charge) or on your own with an audio guide or printed description (free of charge).

    Price incl. Audioguide** 
    Adults€ 22.00 
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 15.00 
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 20.00 
    Disabled people*€ 20.00 
    School groups (aged 6 - 18)*€ 10.50 
    Price incl. Guided Tour 
    Adults€ 26.00 
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 17.00 
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 24.00 
    Disabled people*€ 24.00 

    Guided Tours in ENGLISH: From 1 July 2021 daily at 11.00 am and 2 pm 

    To reserve your ticket für the guided tour please contact our reservation department via reservierung[at]schoenbrunn.at or +43 1 811 13-239.

    If you bought your ticket just for the grand tour online, you can pay the guided tour directly to the account. (Please note the limited number of participants.)

     

    Important information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    Classic Pass

    Classic Pass

    5 attractions with 1 ticket: A special package with many advantages: Schönbrunn Palace, Privy Garden, Orangery Garden, Maze and Gloriette

    Audioguide Audioguide
    Duration 3-4 hours

    Classic Pass

    Classic Pass

    Culture and history, enjoyment, gentle exercise and views - the best price-performance ratio for a morning or afternoon at Schönbrunn!

    The Schönbrunn Classic Pass is a special package comprising:

    • Grand Tour of the Schönbrunn Palace with audio guide
    • Privy Garden: take a stroll under the shady pergola walks
    • Maze & Labyrinth: fun, games and relaxation for children and adults
    • Orangery Garden: relax in the historical garden
    • Gloriette with viewing terrace: fantastic panoramic view of Vienna

    The Schönbrunn Classic Pass gives you the following benefits:

    • adults save up to 30% compared with the price of seperate tickets!
    • entitles you to one visit to all the attractions included
    • the Classic Pass is valid on the date of issue
    • duration approx. 3-4 hours 
    Price incl. Audioguide** 
    Adults€ 28.50 
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 18.00 
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 24.50 
    Disabled persons*€ 24.50 
    Vienna City Card€ 24.50 
    School groups (aged 6 - 18)*€ 14.00 
    Families (2 adults, up to 3 children)***€ 64.00 
    Price incl. Guided Tour 
    Adults€ 32.50
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 20.00
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 28.50
    Disabled persons*€ 28.50
    Vienna City Card€ 28.50
    Families (2 adults, up to 3 children)***€ 75.00

    Guided Tours in ENGLISH: From 1 July 2021 daily at 11.00 am and 2 pm 

    This ticket is available during the summer season (1 April 2021–2 November 2021) from the ticket desks at Schönbrunn Palace or online.

     

    Please note that if you need barrier-free access (wheelchair, pram, etc.) to the Orangery Garden, you will be issued with an access ticket on presentation of a valid online ticket at the ticket desks by the main gate or at the ticket kiosk for the Privy Garden.

    To reserve your ticket für the guided tour please contact our reservation department via reservierung[at]schoenbrunn.at or +43 1 811 13-239.

    If you bought your ticket just for the grand tour online, you can pay the guided tour directly to the account. (Please note the limited number of participants.)

    Important information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    *** When purchasing online tickets the opportunity to apply the family discount will be offered once you have entered the desired number of tickets and clicked on the shopping cart icon.  

    Classic Pass Plus

    Classic Pass Plus

    8 attractions with 1 ticket: A special package with many advantages: Schönbrunn Palace, Schönbrunn Zoo, Privy & Orangery Garden, Maze & Gloriette, Desert Experience & Palm House

    Audioguide Audioguide
    Duration 1 day

    Classic Pass Plus

    Classic Pass Plus

    Culture and history, enjoyment, gentle exercise and views - the best price-performance ratio for a morning or afternoon at Schönbrunn!

    The Schönbrunn Classic Pass is a special package comprising:

    • Grand Tour of the Schönbrunn Palace with audio guide
    • Schönnbrunn Zoo: admission to the world’s oldest zoo
    • Privy Garden: take a stroll under the shady pergola walks
    • Maze & Labyrinth: fun, games and relaxation for children and adults
    • Orangery Garden: relax in the historical garden
    • Gloriette with viewing terrace: fantastic panoramic view of Vienna
    • Desert Experience House
    • Palm House

    The Schönbrunn Classic Pass gives you the following benefits:

    • adults save up to 30% compared with the price of seperate tickets!
    • entitles you to one visit to all the attractions included
    • valid for admission to the Schönbrunn Palace on the day selected at the time selected; single admission to the other included attractions to the end of the season
    • duration approx. 1 day
    Price incl. Audioguide** 
    Adults€ 49.00
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 26.50
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 42.00
    Disabled persons*€ 42.00
    Vienna City Card€ 42.00
    Families (2 adults, up to 3 children)***€ 112.00
    Price incl. Guided Tour 
    Adults€ 53.00
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 28.50
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 46.00
    Disabled persons*€ 46.00
    Vienna City Card€ 46.00
    Families (2 adults, up to 3 children)***€ 123.00

    Guided Tours in ENGLISH: From 1 July 2021 daily at 11.00 am and 2 pm 

    This ticket is available during the summer season (1 April 2021–2 November 2021) from the ticket desks at Schönbrunn Palace or online.

     

    Please note that if you need barrier-free access (wheelchair, pram, etc.) to the Orangery Garden, you will be issued with an access ticket on presentation of a valid online ticket at the ticket desks by the main gate or at the ticket kiosk for the Privy Garden.

    To reserve your ticket für the guided tour please contact our reservation department via reservierung[at]schoenbrunn.at or +43 1 811 13-239.

    If you bought your ticket just for the grand tour online, you can pay the guided tour directly to the account. (Please note the limited number of participants.)

    Important information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    *** When purchasing online tickets the opportunity to apply the family discount will be offered once you have entered the desired number of tickets and clicked on the shopping cart icon.  

    Family Pass

    Family Pass

    Attractive offer for families: includes the Imperial Tour in Schönbrunn Palace, the Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace and admission to the Schloss Hof Estate in the Marchfeld.

    Audioguide Audioguide
    Rooms 2 imperial sites

    Family Pass

    Family Pass

    Prices valid from 1 April 2020Price incl. audioguide
    2 Adults + up to 3 Children55.00 €
    Adults26.50 €
    Children (aged 6 - 18)13.00 €

    The Family Pass allows you to immerse yourselves in the world of court life in centuries past: at Schönbrunn Palace, in the Schönbrunn Children’s Museum and at Hof Palace in the Marchfeld.

    An ideal excursion ticket for families which saves you at least 50 % compared with buying separate tickets for each attraction.

    Schönbrunn Palace

    • Tour of the palace – Imperial Tour with audio guide
    • 22 rooms / 35 minutes

    A tour of contrasts featuring the extravagant splendour of the Great Gallery, the oriental charm of the Chinese Cabinets and the extraordinarily modest decoration of the private suite occupied by Emperor Franz Joseph.

    Children’s Museum at Schönbrunn Palace

    Experiencing history at first hand: at the Children’s Museum there’s a dedicated zone for young and old alike giving an insight into the daily life of the imperial children. Afterwards children can have fun dressing up as princes and princesses.

    For details and opening hours of the Children’s Museum visit: www.kaiserkinder.at 

    Schloss Hof Estate 

    The former hunting lodge of Prince Eugene of Savoy in eastern Lower Austria makes an ideal destination for a family outing. There’s more than enough to fill a whole day: the Baroque ensemble consisting of the elegant palace, the glorious terraced gardens and the estate farm with its rare-breed animals and demonstration artisan workshops provides a varied programme of activities making for an unforgettable experience.

    For details of Schloss Hof, the opening hours and furhter details visit: www.schlosshof.at

    The Family Pass gives you the following benefits:

    • Valid for admission to Schönbrunn Palace on day selected at time selected; single admission to the other included attractions within one year
    • Saves at least 50 % compared with purchasing separate tickets for each attraction

    Children aged 3 to 5 only need a ticket for the Children’s Museum.

    Important information

     

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    *** When purchasing online tickets the opportunity to apply the family discount will be offered once you have entered the desired number of tickets and clicked on the shopping cart icon.

    Gloriette

    Gloriette

    The Gloriette is the crowning glory of the hill behind the palace, making it one of Vienna’s best-loved sights and a sought-after subject for photos. The Gloriette has been used as a viewing platform since the beginning of the nineteenth century, and today visitors can still climb the steps to its roof to enjoy the stunning view.

    Gloriette

    Gloriette

    Forming a fitting finale to the palatial Baroque complex, the Gloriette crowns the hill behind the palace, making it one of Vienna’s best-loved sights and a sought-after subject for photos.

    The Gloriette has been used as a viewing platform since the beginning of the nineteenth century, and today visitors can still climb the steps to its roof to enjoy the stunning view.

    The building consists of a central section designed as a triumphal arch and flanked by round-arched arcaded wings. The flat roof is edged with a balustrade and was used as a viewing platform from the beginning of the nineteenth century. Today visitors can still access the roof via steps to enjoy the stunning view.

    Enjoy the panoramic view of Schönbrunn and large parts of Vienna from the viewing platform. The glazed central section of the Gloriette today contains a café.

    Price 
    Adults€ 4.50
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 3.20
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 3.50
    Disabled people*€ 3.50
    Seniors (60+)€ 3.50
    Vienna City Card€ 3.50
    School groups (aged 6 - 18)*€ 3.20
    Families (2 adults, up to 3 children)***€ 11.00

    This ticket is available during the summer season (1 April 2021–2 November 2021) from the ticket desks at Schönbrunn Palace or online.

    Important information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    *** When purchasing online tickets the opportunity to apply the family discount will be offered once you have entered the desired number of tickets and clicked on the shopping cart icon.  

    Maze

    Maze

    The Maze and Labyrinth in the park at Schönbrunn provide fun for the young and young-at-heart! One of the highlights in the Baroque gardens, it’s a fun place to relax.

    Maze

    Maze

    Fun for young and old alike - Find your way through the Baroque maze in Schönbrunn Palace Park!

    The maze was designed around 1720, but by 1892 it had gradually been removed. It was not until 9 September 1999 that the new maze, based on historical models and covering an area of 1,715 m², was finally re-opened.There is a viewing platform at the centre of the maze and two energising harmony stones activated by feng shui masters Jes and Julie Lim. According to feng shui beliefs, if you place your hands on the stones it strengthens the flow of energy and enhances inner harmony.

    Discover this playful opportunity for relaxation for young and old.

    Price 
    Adults€ 6.00
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 3.50
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 4.50
    Disabled people*€ 4.50
    Seniors (60+)€ 4.50
    Vienna City Card€ 4.50
    School groups (aged 6 - 18)*€ 3.20
    Families (2 adults, up to 3 children)***€ 15.00

    This ticket is available during the summer season (1 April 2021–2 November 2021) from the ticket desks at Schönbrunn Palace or online.

    Important information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    *** When purchasing online tickets the opportunity to apply the family discount will be offered once you have entered the desired number of tickets and clicked on the shopping cart icon.  

    Privy Garden

    Privy Garden

    The Privy Garden is known in German as the Crown Prince’s Garden, after a suite of rooms was furnished for Crown Prince Rudolf on the ground floor of the palace. The garden contains impressive formal beds laid out in intricate patterns resembling embroidery, together with precious specimens from the citrus collection of the Vienna Federal Gardens authority.

    Privy Garden

    Privy Garden

    Take a stroll under the shady pergola in the former Privy Garden of the imperial family!

    Known as the Crown Prince Garden in German, the Privy Garden was given this name when a suite of rooms was furnished for Crown Prince Rudolf on the ground floor along this side of the palace around 1870. In the summer months the garden hosts precious specimens from the citrus collection of the Vienna Federal Gardens authority.

    The elevated section of the Privy Garden (called the Garden above the Cellar) is notable for its Baroque design, with four parterre flower beds in designs edged with gravel. This part of the garden is bounded by a pergola with four wooden trellis pavilions. The original fifth pavilion has been replaced with a modern viewing pavilion from which you can look down on the colourful patterns of the formal beds.

    Lying immediately along the east façade of the palace, the Privy Garden is part of the imperial family’s private gardens on the Meidling side of the park.

    Price 
    Adults€ 4.50
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 3.20
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 3.50
    Disabled people*€ 3.50
    Seniors (60+)€ 3.50
    Vienna City Card€ 3.50
    School groups (aged 6 - 18)*€ 3.20
    Families (2 adults, up to 3 children)***€ 11.00

    This ticket is available during the summer season (1 April 2021–2 November 2021) from the ticket desks at Schönbrunn Palace or online.

    Important information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    *** When purchasing online tickets the opportunity to apply the family discount will be offered once you have entered the desired number of tickets and clicked on the shopping cart icon.  

    Orangery Garden

    Orangery Garden

    The Orangery Garden at Schönbrunn allows fascinating insights into European horticulture. Let precious exotic plants like pomegranates, olive trees and myrtles beguile your senses!

    Orangery Garden

    Orangery Garden

    Visit the Orangery and discover where rare exotic plants spend the summer and winter!

    Built by Nicolaus Pacassi around 1754, the Orangery at Schönbrunn measures 189 metres by ten metres, making it the largest Baroque orangery in Europe after Versailles. The western section of the Orangery still serves as overwintering quarters for exotic plants. In the summer months – as soon as weather conditions permit – these plants are taken out and distributed around the park at Schönbrunn.

    Take a look inside this imposing building and note in particular the original hypocaust heating, which is still in operation and ensures a constant temperature of approximately 10º Celsius in winter.

    Let precious exotic plants like pomegranates, olive trees and myrtles beguile your senses in the Orangery Garden while you enjoy a brief survey of the beginnings of European horticulture.

    Price 
    Adults€ 4.50
    Children (aged 6 - 18)€ 3.20
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 3.50
    Disabled persons*€ 3.50
    Seniors (60+)€ 3.50
    Vienna City Card€ 3.50
    School groups (aged 6 - 18)*€ 3.20
    Families (2 adults, up to 3 children)€ 11.00

    This ticket is available during the summer season (1 April 2021–2 November 2021) from the ticket desks at Schönbrunn Palace or online.

    Important information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    ** including audio guide or printed description depending on availability.

    *** When purchasing online tickets the opportunity to apply the family discount will be offered once you have entered the desired number of tickets and clicked on the shopping cart icon.  

    Children´s Museum Schönbrunn Palace

    Children´s Museum Schönbrunn Palace

    Here you can learn lots of interesting facts about the everyday life of the imperial children. How did they dress? How did they greet the emperor and empress?

    Children´s Museum Schönbrunn Palace

    Children's Museum Schönbrunn Palace

    The Children's Museum Schönbrunn Palace is situated on the ground floor of the palace (west wing). The Children's Museum Schönbrunn Palace is not just for children but for families and all those who want to learn more about the everyday life of the imperial family.

    A time wheel helps you to see the difference between imperial children and children from ordinary homes. You can play with toys from the past, learn the secret language of fans, and set the imperial dining table! If you take part in a themed tour you’ll learn lots of interesting and amusing things about the past: What kind of food did they eat in imperial times? How long has Schönbrunn Palace been there, and was it always as big as it is today? And then afterwards you can dress up as a prince or princess.

    In the Children’s Museum at Schönbrunn Palace there are loads of things to discover about the everyday life of the imperial children:

    • How did they dress?
    • How was the imperial dining table set?
    • What did they do about personal hygiene?
    Price 
    Adults€ 9.50
    Children (aged 3 -18)€ 7.50
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 7.50
    Disabled people*€ 7.50
    Seniors (60+)€ 7.50
    Vienna City Card€ 7.50
    Children groups (aged 3 - 18)€ 6.50
    Familyticket I (2 adults, up to 3 children)***€ 26.00
    Familyticket II (1 adult, up to 3 children)***€ 17.00
    Vienna City Card - Family Card I (2 Adults + 3 Children)€ 21.50
    Vienna City Card - Family Card II (2 Adults + 3 Children)€ 14.50

    Important information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    *** When purchasing online tickets the opportunity to apply the family discount will be offered once you have entered the desired number of tickets and clicked on the shopping cart icon.  

    Combined Ticket: Children´s Museum + Maze

    Combined Ticket: Children´s Museum + Maze

    Bring your children and enter into a world of adventure in Schönbrunn Palace; make the most of our new combiticket with a visit to the Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace – with Maze and Labyrinth and Labyrinthikon Playground.

    Combined Ticket: Children´s Museum + Maze

    Combined Ticket: Children's Museum + Maze

    The ideal ticket for a family day trip, with at least 20% off the usual price in comparison with single tickets!

    Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace
    In the Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace you can learn all sorts of fascinating things about the everyday life of the imperial children. How did they dress? What about personal hygiene? Besides which, you can learn the language of fans. And of course there’s all the fun of dressing up.

    Irrgarten & Labyrinth & Labyrinthikon Playground
    The Maze was planned after a historical model on a total area of 1,715 m². In its centre is an observation platform and two strength-giving harmony stones. The Labyrinth, restored according to historical plans, is an irresistible invitation to explore. It has entertaining games for visitors big and small to try out on a total space of 2,700 m². The Labyrinthikon was designed by the playground expert Günter Beltzig and is a playground for experimenting and high jinks appealing to all generations – whether children or the young at heart. 

    Bring your children and enter into a world of adventure in Schönbrunn Palace; make the most of our new combiticket with a visit to the Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace – “The Schönbrunn Palace Experience” – with Maze and Labyrinth and Labyrinthikon Playground.

    Price 
    Adults€ 12.00
    Children (aged 6 -18)€ 8.00
    Students (aged 19 - 25)*€ 9.50
    Disabled people*€ 9.50
    Seniors (60+)€ 9.50
    Vienna City Card€ 9.50
    Families I (2 adults, up to 3 children)***€ 32.00
    Families II (1 adult, up to 3 children)***€ 20.00

    Children aged 3 to 5 only need a ticket for the Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace.

    Important information

    *To take advantage of student concessions an international student identity card (ISIC) must be presented. In the case of groups of students a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the university or other tertiary education institution must be presented (download form).

    Disability discount with valid ID. Admission is free for a person accompanying a blind/vision-impaired visitor or a wheelchair user, provided that a companion person is included in the disabled visitor’s ID. 

    In the case of school groups (10 pupils and above) a signed document of confirmation bearing the stamp of the school must be presented (download form).

    *** When purchasing online tickets the opportunity to apply the family discount will be offered once you have entered the desired number of tickets and clicked on the shopping cart icon.  

    Combined Ticket: Children´s Museum + Maze + Zoo

    Combined Ticket: Children´s Museum + Maze + Zoo

    Bring your children and enter into a world of adventure in Schönbrunn Palace; make the most of our new combiticket with a visit to the Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace with Maze, Labyrinth, Labyrinthikon Playground & the Schönbrunn Zoo!

    Combined Ticket: Children´s Museum + Maze + Zoo

    Combined Ticket: Children's Museum + Maze + Zoo

    The ideal ticket for a family day trip, with at least 20% off the usual price in comparison with single tickets!

    Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace
    In the Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace you can learn all sorts of fascinating things about the everyday life of the imperial children. How did they dress? What about personal hygiene? Besides which, you can learn the language of fans. And of course there’s all the fun of dressing up.

    Irrgarten & Labyrinth & Labyrinthikon Playground
    The Maze was planned after a historical model on a total area of 1,715 m². In its centre is an observation platform and two strength-giving harmony stones. The Labyrinth, restored according to historical plans, is an irresistible invitation to explore. It has entertaining games for visitors big and small to try out on a total space of 2,700 m². The Labyrinthikon was designed by the playground expert Günter Beltzig and is a playground for experimenting and high jinks appealing to all generations – whether children or the young at heart. 

    Schönbrunn Zoo
    Schönbrunn Zoo is the oldest zoo in the world! Part of a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site with the imperial summer residence of Schönbrunn Palace at its centre, it provides a unique blend of culture and nature, while promoting conservation and biodiversity. The zoo’s special appeal comes from its imperial charm. 

    Bring your children and enter into a world of adventure in Schönbrunn Palace; make the most of our new combiticket with a visit to the Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace with Maze, Labyrinth, Labyrinthikon Playground and the Schönbrunn Zoo!

    Price 
    Adults€ 28.00
    Children (aged 6 -18)€ 16.00

    Children aged 3 to 5 only need a ticket for the Children’s Museum Schönbrunn Palace.

    Valid for one year from date of issue, single admission to all included attractions; for maze please take into account the seasonal opening hours!

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