For over 300 years, the GARDEN PALACE and the CITY PALACE of the princely family of Liechtenstein are deeply rooted in Vienna’s history. Both palaces are still privately owned by the princely family.
The Liechtenstein CITY PALACE, situated in Vienna´s inner city, has been renovated for almost five years and appears now in all its former glory. It is held to be the first major building of the High Baroque age in Vienna. The magnificent ensemble of Baroque stucco ceilings, opulent neo-Rococo interiors and original furnishings complemented by Michael Thonet’s fine parquet flooring form a harmonious whole. A selection of masterpieces of the private art collection of the Prince von und zu Liechtenstein from the Biedermeier era may be viewed as part of a pre-booked guided tour.
Around 250 m² of magnificent historic rooms on the first (upper) floor and around 320 m² on the second floor are available for exclusive events. In addition, the Minoritenhalle on the ground floor, with its light wood cladding, own kitchen and direct access to the courtyard, offers an attractive and modern alternative, covering around 150 m².
If you want to read more about the Liechtenstein CITY PALACE, its history, the princely family or the Princely Collections visit our press area. There you will find interesting background information.