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Liechtenstein Garden Palace

Next to the Liechtenstein City Palace, the Garden Palace is the second significant Baroque building in Vienna belonging to the princely Liechtenstein family. The Garden Palace has an eventful history behind it. For over twenty years, it was home to the Museum of Modern Art, which is now located in the MuseumsQuartier under the name mumok – Museum of Modern Art Ludwig Foundation Vienna.

Although the Liechtenstein Garden Palace is no longer a museum, it now houses part of the art collection of the Liechtenstein dynasty, one of the largest and most important private collections in the world. The art collection includes art by Rubens, Raffael, Rembrandt, and other masterpieces from the early Renaissance to the High Baroque.

There is also porcelain, an extensive collection of bronzes and one of the best surviving French ceremonial coaches - the "Golden Carriage" from 1738. A particularly valuable exhibit is the Badminton Cabinet, the most valuable piece of furniture in the world. The great variety of paintings, sculptures, furniture, porcelain and tapestries, together with the architecture of the Liechtenstein Garden Palace, conveys the pleasant and noble atmosphere of a family collection.

Liechtenstein Garden Palace can only be viewed on tours (registration required!).
Registration: online, by email to or by telephone on +43-1-319 57 67-153

Liechtenstein Garden Palace

Fürstengasse 1
1090 Vienna
  • Opening times

    • For groups by arrangement
  • Accessibility

    • Main entrance
      • (Double swinging doors143 cm wide)
        Gravel path to main entrance
      • Ramp 360 cm long , 250 cm  wide , 21 cm high
    • Car parks Main entrance
      • Parking spaces for people with disabilities
        on Fürstengasse
    • Elevator available
      • Door 90 cm wide
    • Further information
      • Seeing eye dogs allowed
      • Wheelchair accessible restroom available.
    • Comments

      Exhibition rooms: no steps, library: 3 Steps.
      Seeing-eye dogs permitted (by prior arrangement: Tel. +43 1 319 57 67-0)

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