THE MAZE IN THE PARK SCHÖNBRUNN

The  maze in the park at Schönbrunn Palace actually consists  of three parts: The maze, the labyrinth and the labyrinthicon playground. The maze was initially laid  out around 1720 and then gradually abandoned until the last hedges  were felled in 1892. In 1999, it was reconstructed  based on historical models  over an area of 1715m². The labyrinth is a relaxing place filled with  games and fun for young and old like. 


The labyrinth was planned by Günter Beltzig with the idea of a playground to experimentand discover for all generations. 

Opening hours:
1.4.2021-2.11.2021 

daily 10:00 - 18:00, last entry 17:15 

entrance fee:
adult 6 €, children 3,50 €
Free entry with Flexi PASS (book your Flexi PASS!)

skip the line:   Please scan your Flexi PASS directly on the turnstile!

HOP ON HOP OFF station: YELLOW LINE Schloss Schönbrunn

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    Schönbrunn Panorama Train in front of the Schönbrunn Palace (c) TGS Zupanc

    Schönbrunn Panorama Train in front of the Schönbrunn Palace (c) TGS Zupanc

  • Schönbrunn Panorama Train in front of the Schönbrunn Palace (c) TGS Zupanc

    Schönbrunn Panorama Train in front of the Schönbrunn Palace (c) TGS Zupanc

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    Schönbrunn Panorama Train in Vienna (c) Jutta Kirchner

    Schönbrunn Panorama Train in Vienna (c) Jutta Kirchner

  • Schönbrunn Panorama Train in Vienna (c) Jutta Kirchner

    Schönbrunn Panorama Train in Vienna (c) Jutta Kirchner

ADRES
Schloss Schönbrunn - Irrgarten I Schlosspark I 1130 Wien I T +43 811 13 239 I [email protected] I schoenbrunn.at

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