Schönbrunn’s Children’s Museum does what it knows best: imperialism. Activities and displays help kids discover the day-to-day life of...
Built between 1898 and 1899 by Otto Wagner as part of the public transport system, the Hofpavillon Hietzing was originally designed as a...
A tour of Schloss Schönbrunn focuses on the palace itself – especially the Habsburg residents. This means grand rooms and background on...
This small theatre in Schloss Schönbrunn puts on marionette performances of the much-loved productions The Magic Flute (2½ hours) and...
Lonely Planet review
The Wagenburg displays carriages ranging from tiny children’s wagons up to sumptuous vehicles of state, but nothing can compete with Emperor Franz I Stephen’s (1708–65) coronation carriage. Weighing in at 4000kg and dripping in ornate gold plating, it has Venetian glass panes and painted cherubs.