UNESCO-World Heritage Schloss Eggenberg

With original 17th and 18th century designs, furniture and decorations, the circle of 24 state rooms is among the most significant ensembles in Austria. The core is the splendid Planetary Room.

J. B. Raunacher, Rosenkavalier, c. 1760

Visiting the State Rooms

Guided tours: 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16 - May to September additionally at 5 pm or by prior appointment. 

The state rooms have never been modernised, their Baroque splendour has remained almost unchanged and allows a breathtaking journey back in time.


Park and Gardens

Take a stroll through the most precious garden monuments in Austria. Open daily: 8am-7pm.


Ôsaka zu byôbu

The Ôsaka zu byôbu (screen with scene of Osaka) offers a fascinating trip through what was once Japan’s most brilliant castle.


UNESCO World Heritage

Simply the best

Crucial for the status of Schloss Eggenberg as a World Heritage Site is a series of 24 state rooms. The quality and extent of the surviving authentic fabric of the Eggenberg piano nobile is a particular stroke of good fortune.