Built in the Palladian Classicism style, the Eschenbach Palace or Palais Eschenbach was opened in 1872 by Emperor Franz Joseph I. The construction was done according to the plans of architect Otto Thienemann, and most of that original design has been preserved to date.  The ballroom is one of the key attractions of the venue due to its stunning wall and ceiling decor.  Eschenbach Palace has beautiful, classical acoustics and it is said that it provides splendid conditions for listening to Mozart's works. 

200 Seats

Wheelchair Accessible

Air Conditioning

Guide Dogs

About Eschenbach Palace

Seating Plan
Notable Performances
  • The Eschenbach Palace can accommodate about 200 people during a concert.
  • The hall is large and spacious and the brilliant acoustics make sure that every guest, no matter where they are seated, can get a wholesome experience of the music.
  • Seats can usually only be booked category-wise. The seats will be allocated when the guests reach the venue.

Know Before You Go

Getting There
Tips & Guidelines
Nearby Restaurants
  • Bus: The nearest bus stops are Getreidemarkt and Museumsquartier. Bus lines 48A, 4A, 57A, 59A, N38, and VAL 2 stop near Eschenbach Palace.
  • Subway: Subway lines U1, U2 and U4 have stations that are close to the palace. Museumsquartier station of subway line U2 and Karlsplatz station of subway lines U1 and U4 are the closest stations.
  • Train: Train lines that stop near Eschenbach Palace are R95, S1, S3, S50, S7, and S80.
  • Recommended Mode of Transport: We recommend that you take the subway to Eschenbach Palace. It is the easiest way to get around in Vienna. The Stephansplatz, serviced by lines U1 and U3 and the Karlsplatz, serviced by lines U1, U2 and U4 are the closest stations.
  • Parking: Finding parking near the palace can be challenging. The area is a short-term parking zone from Monday to Friday, with a maximum parking time of two hours from 9:00 to 22:00. It is best to not visit by personal car.

Frequently Asked Questions About Eschenbach Palace

What is being presented at the Eschenbach Palace in Vienna currently?

Currently, Eschenbach Palace is regularly hosting the Vienna Supreme Concerts, brought to the audience by the Vienna Supreme Orchestra. They play celebrated works of Mozart, Strauss, Schubert and others.

Where is the Eschenbach Palace located?

The Palais Eschenbach is located in Eschenbachgasse 11, 1010 Wien, Austria.

What accessibility features are available at the Eschenbach Palace?

The venue is wheelchair and stroller accessible, has air conditioning and allows guide dogs inside.

Where can I grab a bite near Eschenbach Palace?

Restaurant YOU, Restaurant Bier & Bierli, 1870 - Restaurant Terrace Lounge, among others, are very popular.

Where can I book tickets to concerts at Eschenbach Palace?

You can easily book tickets for Eschenbach Palace concerts online. This is a hassle-free and safe way, ensuring that you have all the information you need before getting your tickets.