Exploring Schönbrunn Palace
Step inside one of the most beautiful palaces in the world, Schönbrunn, and let your family-friendly private guide lead you through its fascinating history.
If there is one cultural and historical highlight that should be on your to do list when traveling to Vienna with your family, it would have to be Schönbrunn Palace.
This summer residence of the Hapsburg’s, one of the most powerful royal families in Europe for centuries, reflects the wealth and refinement of this family, and Vienna in general. Often compared to the Palace of Versailles in France for its beauty, elegance and size, Schönbrunn palace is truly a sight to see, and we have designed a visit that will make it lively and fun for your children.
Meet your private, fully-licensed guide and let him/her show you the most fascinating details and highlights of Shönbrunn Palace. From the Great Gallery where Queen Maria Theresa threw large balls to strengthen her political power to the more intimate rooms of the palace where French emperor Napoleon once lived, you will see it all and hear the many entertaining fun-facts that come with it.
To make it even more engaging for the children, they will each get a game booklet. They will have to listen to the guide in order to answer all the questions and complete the mission. Needless to say that a gift awaits those who will successfully complete the game booklet.
Thanks to our Exploring Schönbrunn Palace tour, you will be able to enjoy the riches of this iconic Austrian palace and see your children learn as much as they have fun.
- A private, fully licensed guide who knows how to keep the children engaged
- A fun-filled visit of the highlights of Schönbrunn Palace
- Skip-the-line tickets to the palace
- A game booklet and a gift for each child
|Price per family (6 people max)||
|Duration of the activity||2 hours|
|Minimum age||6 years|
|What is included:||
– An experienced private guide
– A game booklet and a gift for each child
– Skip-the-line tickets to the highlights of Schönbrunn Palace