Welcome to the Liechtenstein Castle
Due to the current Covid-19 regulations, our event facilities (guided tours) will remain closed until further notice. update 03.02.2021
The Liechtenstein Castle, situated on the southern edge of the Vienna Woods, family seat of the Prince of Liechtenstein, is not a museum in the traditional sense, but a while steeped in history, but also very lively place, which annually attracts thousands of visitors from around the world. In addition to substantial parts of the Romanesque castle from the year 1130 to make numerous pieces of furniture, such as weapons, furniture and beamed ceiling, reliefs and the chapel, as well as one of the most beautiful views over Vienna, the castle, to a year-round attractive cultural institution. The present castle was built in 19th Century restored house of Liechtenstein and is still located in their property. She served nearly 200 years (1130-1295) as a temporary residence of the family, and embodies a family history 900 years. Moreover, it has in the last decades of the 19th century, beginning of the 20th century served as a museum of the Castle family.
Finally, it is also a unique setting that inspired many artists for centuries and inspired. In this spirit, we invite you to discover the landmarks of the Vienna Woods and his wide range of guided tours on a private visit for themselves.
Already in the 19th Century guides were already offered by the Lichtenstein Castle in Maria Grossenzersdorf. This over 100 year old tradition is the cornerstone of today's guided tours of the castle rooms. Unlike before today can however most of the year, the castle can be visited and the doors are open to all curious.
I would also like to continue this tradition as a tenant and cordially invite you to Liechtenstein Castle. Experience the history of the Princely House of Liechtenstein and that of the castle on one of our castle tours or on a themed tour. Our offer is one of the most varied on all castles in all of Austria.
We are looking forward to your visit!
Your Mr. Leopold Fasching CSA
Castle Administration Liechtenstein Castle