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  • Schönbrunn Palace, Orangerie, Vienna, © IMaGE Vienna

  • Schönbrunn Palace, Orangerie, Vienna, © IMaGE Vienna

  • Schönbrunn Palace, Orangerie, Vienna, © IMaGE Vienna

  • Schönbrunn Palace, Orangerie, Vienna, © IMaGE Vienna

  • Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna

Orangerie Schönbrunn

Vienna, Austria

The recently renovated Orangerie of Schönbrunn Palace is the largest Baroque Orangerie after Versailles Palace. Completed in 1755, the Orangerie was a frequent location for festivities of the Habsburg emperor, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart himself performed here. Today, concerts take place daily in this festive historic setting.

Event Dates

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Address

Orangerie Schönbrunn
Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47
A-1010 Vienna
Austria
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Transport

By public transport:
Underground train U4 from the town center to Stop 'Schönbrunn' (approx. 15 minutes). Take the front exit at the train station, follow the way to the pedestrian traffic light, cross over the street (walking distance: 2 minutes). Diagonally left is the entrance to the Orangerie Schönbrunn.

By car:
Drive along Schönbrunner Schlossstrasse into town, pass the main entrance of Schönbrunn Palace until you reach the pedestrian traffic light. On the right-hand side is the entrance to the Orangerie Schönbrunn. A large car park is directly opposite of the Orangerie Schönbrunn entrance on the left hand side of the street. If there are any parking spaces available along the Schönbrunner Schlossstrasse (on the right hand side) you can park there for free.

Seating Information

Weißgoldzimmer, 110 Seats

Schloss Theater, 400 Seats

Maria Theresia Saal im Tagungszentrum Schönbrunn, 200 Seats

Vorsaal der Kaiserin, 90 Seats

Facilities

Handicap toilet: Yes