The Niederosterreich Palace, also known as the Palais Niederösterreich, was historically called the Niederösterreichisches Landeshaus or the Estates House of Lower Austria. This historic building in Vienna housed the estates general of the state of Lower Austria until 1848. After 1861, some other government ministries worked from there till 1997. After that, St. Pölten became the new capital of Lower Austria. It was also a key landmark for the revolution of March 1848. The name changed to Palais Niederösterreich in 2004 and now it is a hub of exhibitions and private functions. It is also a well-known venue for classical concerts in Vienna. But, it still partly houses the Austrian Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs.

670 Seats

Wheelchair Accessible


Air Conditioning


About Niederosterreich Palace

Seating Plan
Notable Performances
  • There are 4 historic staterooms and several spacious foyers at the venue, making it a versatile venue for a variety of events.
  • Landtagssaal, Rittersaal, Herrensaal, Prälatensaal, Gotisches Zimmer, Seminar Room Hartmann are the names of the room.
  • Of these, Landtagssaal or the Parliament Hall is the most important hall, frequently used for concerts. It can seat about 330 people when arranged for a concert.

Know Before You Go

Getting There
Tips & Guidelines
Nearby Restaurants
  • Subway: The U3 line has a stop at Herrengasse. The palace is a few minutes walk away from the stop.
  • Bus: Herrengasse also has a bus stop. You can take the 1A and 2A bus lines.
  • Recommended Mode of Transport: The venue is centrally located and easily accessible by public transport. You can take any of the transport options, but the subway will be faster.
  • Parking: It is best not to use a personal car to reach the area, as the streets are narrow and parking is scarce. Most parts of Vienna is a short-term parking zone (Kurzparkzone) from Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 22:00, local time. The maximum parking time limit is two hours, so make sure to check before parking.

Frequently Asked Questions About Niederosterreich Palace

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

Currently, Niederosterreich Palace is hosting Vienna Supreme Concerts, brought to the audience by the Vienna Supreme Orchestra.

Where is the Niederosterreich Palace located?

The Niederosterreich Palace in Vienna City Hall is located in Herrengasse 13, 1010 Wien, Austria.

What accessibility features are available at the Niederosterreich Palace?

The venue welcomes guests with special needs and has a lift and wheelchair accessibility.

Where can I grab a bite near Niederosterreich Palace?

There are a bunch of restaurants near Niederosterreich Palace. Cafe Central, Rice and Noodles, and Vino Wien, among others, are very popular.

Where can I book tickets to concerts at Niederosterreich Palace?

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