Interiors

Eggenberg Rococo

The State Rooms acquired their current decorative programme in the last phase of the building’s construction in the 18th century. The furnishings and the interior décor, along with the three smaller Far Eastern rooms and the charming genre scenes, all date from the Rococo period. The painting cycles on the ceilings date from the 17th century and remained untouched during this period of redecoration.


Shining a light on a Baroque world


After 1754, both of the large princely suites dating from the 17th century were reworked in accordance with the rather more modest ideas of the last Princess Eggenberg, Maria Eleonora and  more...

Indian Rooms


The incorporation of chinoiseries reached the height of its popularity in Europe in the 18th century. Indian treasures such as Chinese porcelain, silk screens or Japanese lacquer work were  more...

Raunacher Rooms


In the course of the refurbishment five rooms were endowed with particularly charming painted wall coverings. The dark north wing of the building is notably enhanced and enlivened by bright  more...

Apartments by candlelight


A special feature offered at Schloss Eggenberg is the opportunity to experience its Baroque rooms under Baroque lighting conditions. Since the State Rooms were not occupied during the whole  more...

Schloss Eggenberg and Gardens

Eggenberger Allee 90
8020 Graz, Österreich
T +43-316/8017-9532
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eggenberg@museum-joanneum.at

 

Opening Hours


State Rooms:
1 April - 31 October 2017
admission with guided tour only

Guided Tours: Tues-Sun and public holidays at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm (exceptions may apply), and additionally by appointment.

Park and Gardens:
November-March: daily, 8am-5pm

April-October: daily, 8am-7pm