At the end of the 17th century, Empreror Leopold I commissioned the baroque architect Bernhard Fischer von Erlach to build a palatial hunting lodge. Later, during Maria Theresia´s reign, Schönbrunn Palace became the imperial summer residence and the glamorous centre of court life.
Today, the baroque palace and gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Austria´s most -visites tourist attraction.
The Schönbrunn Palace is open on public holidays!
daily 9:30 - 17:00
Entrance fee: adult 22€ / children 15,00 €
Free entry with your Flexi PASS (book your Flexi PASS here)
Please note: There is no fast track entry at Schönbrunn Palace. You will get a free ticket with your fixed time slot at the ticket counter in the Group Center of the Arrival Center Schönbrunn.
HOP ON HOP OFF Station: YELLOW LINE Schloss Schönbrunn