The following contains all the details you need for a barrier-free visit to Schönbrunn Palace!
There are 3 parking spaces for persons with special needs in the forecourt by the main gate.
Wheelchairs / seating
Wheelchairs can be obtained free of charge upon deposit of an ID at the turnstile. There are a number of chairs in the state rooms.
Barrier-free toilets can be found by the ticket desk, in the Children's Museum and on the first floor (only accessible with assistence of personnel).
Assistance Dogs are admitted.
Admission free for a person accompanying a blind visitor or a visitor in a wheelchair, provided that the accompanying person is included in the ID.
Access to the display rooms
All display areas enjoy barrier-free accessibility via ramps or with a lift.
We offer dedicated guided tours of Schönbrunn Palace for blind and sight-impaired visitors upon request. These tours give visitors access behind the cordons and allow them to feel objects such as doors, stoves, furniture, interior surface decoration, curtains, busts or floors.
Dates: by arrangement
Duration: approximately 90 minutes
Maximum size of group: 30 persons
Guide dogs are permitted and accompanying persons receive free admission.
Museum Sign Language Guide
Our video guides in Austrian Sign Language (ÖGS) and International Signs (IS) are available for the deaf and the hard of hearing.
Reduced admission fees for persons with special needs on presentation of ID.
Inquiries and information
Tel.: +43 (0) 1 811 13-239
Fax: +43 (0) 1 811 13-333