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Saunter through a stunning Baroque palace and soak up 300 years of history

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Entrance to Esterhazy Palace including temporary and permanent exhbitions
Entrance to Wine Museum at Esterhazy Palace
  • Explore one of Austria’s most beautiful Baroque palaces - the glittering Mirror Hall is a particularly ornate highlight
  • Visit the wine museum for 700 unusual wine-related objects, and see the silverware that Esterházy family used to eat with!
  • Get inspired in the Haydnsaal concert hall – it's still one of the most technically perfect music venues in the world

Esterházy Palace in Eisenstadt is one of the most breathtaking Baroque palaces in Austria, and an invitation to glimpse the decadence the super-rich enjoyed here centuries ago. Take a self-guided tour around and soak up the history of this palace, built in the late 13th century and home to the powerful Esterházy family for over 300 years.

Wander through the magnificent rooms on the bel étage, see the Wine Museum, and feast your eyes on historical treasures, including the Esterházy family silver – the world’s largest ensemble of Neoclassical silverware to survive as a set!

The jewel of Esterházy Palace is the Haydnsaal, known as one of the world's most impressive concert halls thanks to its perfect acoustics and remarkable interior design. Famous maestro Joseph 'Father of the String Quartet' Haydn composed many of his works right here.

Check your reflection in the Mirror Hall, which once served as the main reception of this fabulous palace, and climb up to the balcony to enjoy incredible views of Eisenstadt and beyond to Lake Neusiedl – Europe's second-biggest steppe lake.

Other highlights include the Banquet Hall and the Chinese Salon – decorated with intricate designs hand-painted in the 18th century. And don't miss the wine museum, with over 700 rare, unusual and sometimes long-forgotten objects relating to wine and viticulture.

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Getting there

  • Train to Eisenstadt Bahnhof + 15 minutes walking or on with bus lines 281, 284 or 285 to Schloss Esterházy
  • Bus: Lines 200 (from Vienna Central Station), 235, 284, 669, 1158 or 1835 to Eisenstadt Esterházystraße + 5 minutes walking
  • Bus: Lines 200 (from Vienna Central Station), 281, 282, 284, 285, 1158, 1833 to Schloss Esterházy + 8 minutes walking
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Monday 10:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:00
Esterházy Palace
1, Esterhazyplatz, 7000, Eisenstadt
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