Schonbrunn Palace, Vienna

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Schonbrunn Palace, Vienna - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Schonbrunner Schlobstrabe 47, 1130 Vienna, Austria.

Phone: +43-181113239

Ticket Price: 13 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:30 am - 06:30 pm Details

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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 Opening and Closing Hours

Palace Timing:

  • 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

  • Fabio
  • Café coachman
  • Residence café and restaurant

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  • First of all orange house have disappointed, it is 1 room 3 by 3 metres... Whole complex is impressive in size and amount of things to see and to do. Main palace tour was very interesting and done well with audio guide. Park area behind the palace was beautiful even though leaves started to fall of in autumn. Panoramic view from a top of the hill was astonishing, whole city of Vienna is on the view. Maze and labirinth areas are quite small but are fun to explore. Overall it is a great free place to visit and walk around but for a substantial cost there is much more history and culture to see and be impressed with. It is also vary busy during main hours which can impair the experience.

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  • A Viennese experience not to be missed. Wear appropriate shoes and bring your best camera. I had the opportunity to take the full tour of the Palace and it was certainly worth every second. The ground are extensive and there are quite a number of stairs, hence the wear good shoes comment. On a busy day there will be quite a number of people there, so be ready to stand and shuffle in higher traffic area's, but once inside the different rooms and exhibits it eases up. I don't know why I thought differently, but I was there on a very hot day and the buildings are not air conditioned, so bring water with you, and wear breathable clothing. The hand-held translators are worth the small fee as the explanations are great and give you a lot more information than the plaques that are in German with a few lines in English. You can also download their app which offers the same information, but on your phone and with your own headphones. This is a day long experience, don't cheat yourself out of the full experience with 2-3hrs, you will only get to see a small portion. Bring a good camera, with extra batteries, and get clicking!

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  • Amazing experience, a must-see when in Vienna. But! Be aware that there are a LOT of tourists. The (audio guided) tour through the palace is beautiful, but so SO crowded. After the short tour splits off it gets better, so I recommend the grand tour. Worth it. After the palace, make sure to walk to the back and check out the gardens and forest. It's free! Awesome views from the top.

  • Beautiful ornate palace and gardens that are easily accessible by public transportation. The palace interior has some fascinating pieces of furniture, wall and floor decor. Unfortunately, photos are not permitted in the palace. The hand held audio guide is quite informative although some rooms were missing narration when we went Sept 22 2017. The outdoor garden area has some great spots for photos. Be sure to check out the maze and fun games area on the right side as you make your way to the top of the hill.

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  • Cafe outside the main palace is fantastic. Very fast friendly service, great Viennese food & drinks. Palace: timed tickets mean you may wait to get in. Crowded. Everyone must follow the self-guided tour. Only about 40 rooms of the royal apartments are open for viewing. Just not as grand as the exterior suggests. The Doge's palace in Venice is way more impressive.

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