Our visit to Schoenbrunn was more to see the gardens than to visit the palace. We came across this Victorian looking glasshouse whilst walking around the gardens. The faculty has areas of temperate and tropical plants from all over the world in different sections. The plants are well established and the range diverse. Very interesting. Just as interesting is the... 更多
As palm houses go this isn't a bad one ! Quite huge and built seemingly in traditional palm house style. It's full of all kinds of greenery and a tad warm - to be expected. It's in it's own piece of land within the grounds of the Schloß Schönbrunn - we didn't get access to it with our classic ticket... 更多
After visiting the zoo we stopped for about 30 minutes in this place, being included in the ViennaPass. It was worth the stop, there are three big greenhouses inside, with trees and plants from all around the world.
The Palmenhaus has been well maintained, and it was an interesting and educational experience for kids and adults alike. There are three different climatic sections, and small red eared slider turtles as well in one section (to my pleasant surprise). A Vienna Pass is worthwhile if you believe you can and wish to cover many attractions. It paid us back... 更多
We bought a combo ticket for the Vienna zoo, the Palmenhaus(Palm house) and the Wüstenhaus(desert house) for €24,50 something. We first went in the zoo, which was so big and impressive we've stayed there almost all day. Afterwards we've went to the Palmenhaus which has this really amazing and impressive architecture. This is something you will not see again. Amazing!... 更多
We ate breakfast twice at Palmhouse and found the standard of both food and service to be excellent. The location is a quiet oasis in the middle of this vibrant and beautiful city. Well worth a visit. So good - we wnr twice!
If you are travelling with Kids, Palmenhaus is an Option to visit before you will visit the Vienese Zoo, the oldest zoo in Europe. you can purchase ticket for both places at once to save cost.
The Orangery was the second biggest in Europe. Well that's as maybe but you are charged €3.60 to enter in a small part of the end of the building just to see a few trees that are over wintering. If the building is in use during the winter months then it would be better to say it's closed as you... 更多