Timings : April to June: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM,
July to August: 8:00 AM - 6:30 PM,
September to October: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM,
November to March: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Entry Fee : EUR 7.20 - 51.80,
Private Tours (upto 25 persons): EUR 512.50 - 700
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Yet another historic architectural wonder of Vienna, Sch_nbrunn Palace was once summer residence of the Habsburgs renowned for its beautiful garden setting.
Sch_nbrunn Palace is golden-yellow architecture comprising of 1441 rooms and apartments, was once the summer residence of Habsburgs during the 18th century until year 1918. Of all these rooms, today only 40 staterooms are open to public. Built in the baroque style, the key highlight of the palace is the Imperial Apartments, including Emperor Franz Joseph's Walnut Room and his Bedroom along with soldier's bed in which he died. Rooms of Empress Maria Theresa are yet another richly ornamented and furnished rooms and garden apartments. Her Breakfast Room with its floral artwork created by her daughters are a must watch. For a breathtaking view of the city and the gardens climb up to the Gloriette, an arch that stands on the hilltop behind the palace. Declared as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, makes sure to explore the late 19th-century architecture, the Palmenhaus (Palm House) with its cast iron columns skilfully balancing the glass walls and roof. The Children's Museum is quite popular among kids along with the world's oldest zoo from 1752, which also forms an integral part of the palace. Set amid an impressive park setting, Sch_nbrunn Palace is a most remarkable architecture definitely worth a visit.
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