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  • Witness the most extensive private collection of art in Central Europe at Lobkowicz Palace and learn about them through a bilingual audio guide.
  • Explore the galleries of the castle showcasing masterpieces such as the famous ‘Nuda Veritas’ by Gustav Klimt, an allegorical painting, created during his Golden phase.
  • Admire the architectural design and beauty of the Eroica Hall, named after Beethoven’s celebrated Eroica Symphony that was first performed here.
  • Enter the Theatre Museum which brings together collections of objects on performing arts such as costumes, props, photos, and more.
  • Enjoy the stunning view of Vienna from Café Lobkowitz, located on the terrace of the Palace as you sit and relax in its cozy space.

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  • Entry to Lobkowicz Palace
  • Audio guide in English and German
  • Entry to Lobkowicz Palace Café
  • Tip: While travelling via metro, make sure to keep your Vienna metro ticket until you’ve exited the metro system at your final destination because the police might be checking your tickets inside the station.
  • Facilities: Wheelchair Accessibility.
  • Guide dogs are allowed on this experience. - Please note: The voucher is valid for 3 months after purchase for 1 visit only.
  • The voucher needs to get redeemed at the venue, no direct entry/skip-the-line is possible.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
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Vienna, the Austrian capital known as the "City of Music" and the "City of Dreams," is a treasure trove of cultural wonders. Its attractions, from the majestic Hofburg Palace to the iconic St. Stephen's Cathedral, beckon millions of tourists annually. Among these gems is the historic Palais Lobkowitz, a central landmark with a profound musical heritage. This palace hosted Ludwig van Beethoven's legendary Symphony No. 6 debut, making it an essential destination for music enthusiasts. Keep reading to discover vital details such as ticket options, exhibition insights, and visitor advice to ensure a rich and fulfilling experience exploring Beethoven's legacy and the history of Palais Lobkowitz.

All Your Palais Lobkowitz Ticket Options Explained

Before you add Palais Lobkowitz to your Vienna itinerary, explore the ticket options available.

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What is the Best Way To Book Palais Lobkowitz Tickets? Book Online

The most convenient way to secure Palais Lobkowitz tickets is by purchasing them online. Here's why:

  • Advance Booking: Secure your visit in advance, avoiding long queues.
  • Convenience: Easily select your preferred date and time from the comfort of your device.
  • Discounts: Take advantage of exclusive online discounts and special offers.

Palais Lobkowitz Highlights

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Beethoven's Premiere Hall

Step into the hall where Beethoven premiered his Symphony No. 6. Experience the musical genius of this great composer amidst historical echoes.

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Lobkowitz Family Patronage

Discover the aristocratic legacy of the Lobkowitz family, renowned patrons of the arts. Learn about their opulent lifestyle and pivotal role in Vienna's cultural scene.

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Baroque Architectural Splendor

Marvel at the Palais Lobkowitz's exquisite Baroque architecture. Admire its ornate frescoes, intricate stucco work, and majestic chandeliers, immersing yourself in opulent history.

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Beethoven's Memorabilia

Explore a treasure trove of Beethoven's personal artifacts, including handwritten compositions and letters, offering insights into the composer's life and creative journey.

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Musical Instruments Collection

Admire historic musical instruments, such as antique pianos and violins, and discover their pivotal role in shaping classical music.

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Culinary Delights

Savor Austrian cuisine at the palace's charming cafe, indulging in traditional pastries and coffee while enjoying the splendid architecture.

Plan Your Visit To Palais Lobkowitz

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Opening hours: 10 AM to 6 PM

Closed on: Tuesdays, 19th and 20th September (1st floor exhibition area), 31st October and 7th November (ground floor exhibition area)

Best time to visit: The best time to visit Palais Lobkowitz is during the morning to avoid crowds and fully enjoy the experience.

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Address: Lobkowitzpl. 2, 1010 Wien, Austria

Find on Maps

  • By Subway: Take line U1 or U3
    Closest station: Stephansplatz, which is around 4-minutes away from the palace
  • By Bus: Hop on bus line 2A
    Closest station: Albertinaplatz, which is a minute away from the palace
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  • The audio guide is available in two languages – English and German.
  • Charming café is located within the premises.
  • Convenient, clean, and barrier-free access to the washroom.
  • Serves as a theatre for Kunsthistorisches Museum.
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Barrier-free access through the wide main gate.

Elevators for easier travel through the building and its different floors.

Small ramps on the first-floor exhibition area.

Portable ramps are also available if required.

Restrooms are accessible for people with wheelchairs.

Wheelchairs are also available if notified before the visit.

Guide dogs are also allowed, but notify the ticket box before the visit.

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  • Lobkowicz Palace Café: The Lobkowicz Palace Café, nestled within Palais Lobkowitz, offers a delightful culinary experience. Enjoy Austrian cuisine, aromatic coffee, and traditional pastries in a charming, historic setting.
  • Cafe Leopold (1.1 km): Cafe Leopold offers a trendy atmosphere, delicious Austrian and international dishes, and a diverse selection of beverages near the museum quarter.
  • MQ Daily (1.1 km): MQ Daily is a convenient spot for quick bites, serving fresh sandwiches, salads, and beverages in a modern setting.
  • Glacis Beis (1.4 km): Glacis Beis offers a relaxed outdoor dining experience with a menu featuring traditional Austrian dishes and refreshing drinks.
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  • Maintain respectful behavior with the staff, visitors, and precious artifacts.
  • Photography is generally allowed, but ask the staff for specific restrictions, if any.
  • Refrain from touching any artwork and exhibits.
  • Do not bring in food and drinks inside the exhibition areas.
  • Smoking is not permitted within the palace.
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Vienna State Opera (400 m): The Vienna State Opera is a renowned cultural treasure, showcasing world-class opera and ballet performances. Its opulent architecture and illustrious history make it a must-visit for art enthusiasts.

St. Stephan’s Cathedral (500 m): St. Stephen's Cathedral, an iconic Gothic masterpiece, stands as Vienna's symbol. Its stunning spire and intricate architecture beckon visitors to explore its rich history and panoramic views.

Hofburg Palace (650 m): Hofburg Palace, once the imperial residence of the Habsburgs, is an opulent complex that houses museums, the Spanish Riding School, and the Vienna Boys' Choir. It offers a fascinating glimpse into Austrian royalty.

Belvedere Palace (2.3 km): The Belvedere Palace is a Baroque marvel comprising Upper and Lower Belvedere. It houses an outstanding art collection, including Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss," set amidst beautiful gardens and fountains.      

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  • Purchase tickets online for convenience and to skip long queues.
  • Visit in the morning to enjoy a quieter experience.
  • Opt for the audio guide to enrich your understanding of exhibits.
  • Savor Austrian delicacies at the on-site cafe.
  • Respect photography restrictions to protect artifacts.
  • Allocate ample time to explore the exhibitions and art collections.

Frequently Asked Questions About Palais Lobkowitz Tickets

How long should I spend at Palais Lobkowitz?

The recommended visit duration is around 1.5 to 2 hours to explore the exhibits and enjoy a leisurely experience.

Is it worth visiting Palais Lobkowitz?

Absolutely! Palais Lobkowitz offers a captivating journey through music, history, and art, making it a must-visit for culture enthusiasts.

What are the ticket options for Palais Lobkowitz?

Ticket options include standard admission tickets with an audio guide available. You can get it here.

Can I buy Palais Lobkowitz tickets online?

Yes, purchasing tickets online is a convenient way to secure entry and avoid long queues.

Can I take photographs inside Palais Lobkowitz?

Photography rules may vary, so it's best to check on-site guidelines. Generally, flash photography and tripod use may be restricted.

Is the Palais Lobkowitz wheelchair accessible?

Yes, Palais Lobkowitz is wheelchair accessible, ensuring all visitors can enjoy its offerings.

Can I bring food and drinks to the Palais Lobkowitz?

Food and drinks should only be consumed in designated areas like the on-site cafe.

Are there storage facilities for bags and coats at Palais Lobkowitz?

Yes, you'll find coat and bag storage facilities for your convenience.

Can I bring my children to Palais Lobkowitz?

Yes, children are welcome at Palais Lobkowitz, and there may be family-friendly activities and exhibits.

Is there a dress code for visiting Palais Lobkowitz?

While there's no strict dress code, it's advisable to dress modestly and comfortably, respecting the cultural atmosphere of the palace.