Schonbrunn PalaceCurrently Open [Closes at 05:30 pm]
- Address: Schonbrunner Schlobstrabe 47, 1130 Vienna, Austria.
- Timings: 08:30 am - 06:30 pm Details
- Phone: +43-181113239
- Ticket Price: 13 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Landmark, Palace, Heritage Building
Schonbrunn Palace - Review
The palace of Schonbrunn is an imperial palace with 1,441 rooms. It is one of the most important cultural monuments of Vienna. This palace attracts a huge number of Tourists throughout the year. The aspirations, interests and tastes of Habsburg monarchs are displayed by the palace and gardens. Many of the Hollywood movies have chosen this palace as a location for their shoot.
Though the palace is in the outskirts of the city, you should surely mark this location in your destination list. You can easily get there in a metro.Try to choose a nice non-rainy day to visit the palace. The schonbrun palace is also known as schloss schonbrunn.
Schonbrunn Palace Information
- Last admission to the various attractions within half an hour before closing time.
Schonbrunn Palace Ticket Prices
Imperial tour with audio guides:
- Adults: € 13,30
- Children (aged 6-18): € 9,80
- Students(aged 19-25): € 12,30
- Disabled persons: € 12,30
- School groups: € 6,70
Grand Tour with audio guides:
- Adults: € 16,40
- Children (aged 6-18): € 10,80
- Students(aged 19-25): € 15,00
- Disabled persons: € 15,00
- School groups: € 9,10
Grand Tour with guide:
- Adults: € 19,40
- Children (aged 6-18): € 12,30
- Students(aged 19-25): € 18,00
- Disabled persons: € 18,00
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.
Schonbrunn Palace Hours
- Ticket sale starting at 8.15 am.
- Entrance to exhibit area at 8.30 am.
The timing of Parks and Privy Garden/Orangery garden,Maze & Labyrinth/Gloriette viewing terrace,Fountains,Illumination Palace and Gloriette are vary please reffer the official websit.
How To reach Schonbrunn Palace by Public Transport
- Underground: U4, Schonbrunn station
- Trams: 10 and 58.
- Schonbrunn station - Bus: 10A
Restaurants Near Schonbrunn Palace
- Café coachman
- Residence café and restaurant
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Things to Know Before Visiting Schonbrunn Palace
87.58% of people who visit Vienna include Schonbrunn Palace in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
85.19% of people start their Schonbrunn Palace visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Schonbrunn Palace
88.29% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Schonbrunn Palace
Schonbrunn Palace Trips
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Schonbrunn Palace, Vienna Reviews
Absolutely beautiful. You may as well take an all day trip here. To see all of the gardens, statues and fountains. To go to the maze, and a zoo. The tour is long too, and everything inside looks amazing. I'd definitely go back to finish what I didn't see this visit. Buy your tickets for the tour ahead of time or get there really early! We had to wait almost two hours before our tour time. But definitely worth it
This was an exceptional place. The grounds are simply beautiful, well tended. The trip up the hill, and the view from up there was great. We took the classic your, which included a long visit through the palace ( 40 rooms), which was very interesting. The audio Guide was great, with not too much information to overwhelm you, but with enough to make you feel you learnt something. We also went to the Maze and Labyrinth, which was great fun
Such a pretty place to take pictures. You can see amazing view of Vienna and the buildings of the palace make the city even more beautiful. It takes some time to go up the hill but it's definitely worth it if you want to take good pictures. The way up to the hill is basically just sand and stones so you should wear shoes that are easy to walk in.
An incredible palace of emperors. Could spend hours here. Lots to see. The palace itself, you can rush through it or take your time no matter which your you choose. The gardens are vast and pretty. Long distances between spots. Lots of good places for photos. Pretty water fountains, flower gardens, statues, palaces view and city view on the hill. A good few hours worth of prettiness
A must see though maybe not worth if if you can't get around gardens too (such as if it's raining). Gardens were fantastic and the maze and kids playground area are worth paying for (even if you're just big kids). Wish we'd brought swimsuits to relax in the public swimming pool. Self tour with audio guide around the palace was good but recommend taking your own headphones if you don't want to hold to your ears for an hour. The extra rooms didn't really add much to my knowledge of the palace history. Didn't get to children's museum but looks worth it if you have children (lots of dress up clothes).