Within a few kilometres very interesting sights are located. No matter whether you want to visit grand castles, informative museums or some other historic places - the possibilities are varied. Please find some tips following.
Street St. Margarethen - Berg Zip / City 7062 St. Margarethen Phone +43 (0)2682 / 63004-402 Mail: email@example.com www.esterhazy.at
Opening hours and guided tours:
May - Juny: Friday - Sunday: 10:30 am, 3:30 pm
July - August: 10:30 am
September and October: Friday - Sunday: 10:30 am, 3:30 pm
The Burgenland Provincial Museum has boasted a unique collection focussing on archaeology, folklore and cultural history as well as the natural sciences of this country since 1926.
The building housing the provincial museum has now been readapted and the permanent collection also made more modern and visitor-friendly in due time for the celebrations marking the museum’s 80th anniversary.
Adults: € 6,00
reduced tickets for pupils, students, army and pensioners: € 5,00
Ticket for families: € 13.00
Free entrance with the Neusiedler See Card
1st January – 31st March & 5th November - 31st December
Friday – Sunday and Holidays 10 am - 5 pm
1st April - 30th April & 1st Oktober - 3rd November
daily 10 am - 5 pm
1st May - 30th September daily 10 am - 6 pm
Esterházy Castle in Eisenstadt is one of the most beautiful baroque castles in Austria and gives an impressive insight into the once glorious life at the court of Prince Esterházy. Even today, the castle is still the centre of cultural events and is always a picturesque setting for festivals and social events.
Admission prices vary between the respective guided tours. These can be found directly on the Esterhazy website. https://esterhazy.at/de/schlossesterhazy/index.do
April 1 - October 31
daily 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. (last entry to castle 5 p.m.)
Esterházy family collection houses a collection of arms and armoury, the silver room, the ancestral portrait gallery and the treasury. “Burg Forchtenstein” castle has acted as a “vault” for the precious family values for the Esterházy family since time immemorial. The visitors experience an exhibition programme whose fantastic quality is unsurpassed in the whole of Europe:
This wide-ranging programme is rounded off by a whole host of events and special kiddies’ activities.
March - June: Wed - Sun, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
July and September: daily, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Groups are requested to book in advance
This modern theme adventure museum focuses on nature. Various natural living environments like forests or rivers are viewed from various perspectives while including all senses.
“Following Nature’s Trail” is the motto of the exhibition in a former farm building in the Renaissance castle of “Schloss Lackenbach” – an experience for all senses.
The following themed areas are exhibited in this innovative presentation: the history of mankind, archaeology, hunting and forest history, wood, climate change, tourism, art and culture. Countless themed special exhibitions and an extensive additional programme of events including readings, food tastings, talks, concerts and workshops round off this fantastic experience at this natural history museum with a difference!