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Opening hours

Season 2024 from April 1 – October 27

April, May, September, October:
Friday – Sunday & Holidays

June, July, August – mid-September:
Wednesday – Monday & holidays. Closed on Tuesdays

Opening hours: 9:30am – 5pm

Guides &
bird of prey demonstrations

personal guided tour of the castle museum (German) – from 16.3:
9:45am, 12 o’clock, 1:45pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, as well as July & August also at 4 pm

Historical bird of prey demonstration
at 11am and 3pm

Entrance fees

Basic Admission:

with a personal tour of the castle museum or
a historical bird of prey demonstration at 11 am or 3 pm, incl. Gardens, falconry museum, state rooms and special exhibition

Adults 17 €
Children (6-15 years) 10 €
Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) € 44
Reduced admission for senior citizens and students up to the age of 26 with ID, people with disabilities with ID (free admission for registered accompanying person) €14
Groups of 20 or more people 14 €

Payment options

Guided tour of the castle museum: € 6 per person (adult/child)

Buy your ticket online! Avoid long queues!
Pay conveniently.

Noe-Card Schloss Rosenburg

Auf Schloss Rosenburg gilt die Niederösterreich-CARD ab 1. April (ausgenommen Events).
All information on admission with the Lower Austria CARD can be found here ⇒

Arrival at Rosenburg Castle

Arrival by car or coach

You can reach the Rosenburg in one hour from Vienna via the A22 and B4 or in 20 minutes from Krems via the B34.

Car and bus parking spaces are available free of charge in the car park directly in front of the castle.

Arrival by public transport

With the ÖBB

You can reach Rosenburg Castle by public transport
Franz Josef’s train in the direction of Krems.
Change at Hadersdorf am Kamp station and take the Kamptalbahn in the direction of Horn/Sigmundsherberg to Rosenburg.

Here is the link to the ÖBB timetable search

Take the train towards Horn/Sigmundsherberg and get off at Rosenburg station.

Here is the link to the ÖBB timetable search

From the Rosenburg train station, a footpath leads to the Rosenburg. Follow the hiking trail through the forest over the pedestrian bridge. Walking time approx. 20 minutes.
Here is the link to the map for the footpath


Renaissance Castle Rosenburg
Rosenburg 1
3573 Rosenburg

M: +43 664 855 72 59
Tel: +43 2982 2911
E-Mail: schloss@rosenburg.at


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Information for people with walking disabilities / wheelchair users!

Disabled parking spaces are available. The walk to the main entrance is about 50 meters.

The Renaissance castle Rosenburg is a historic complex. Unfortunately, not all of our offers are barrier-free. Due to the monument protection, there are no ramps or lifts. The museum rooms can only be reached via steps.

The following areas and offers of the Rosenburg can be reached barrier-free: Birds of prey flight demonstration (via the side entrance, please let the cash desk know), Falconry Museum (caution, there are two steps here), guest garden, castle tavern, castle inn, barrier-free toilets in the castle courtyard, at the parking lot and in the castle inn.


Pushchairs are permitted, but not everywhere on the castle grounds. Due to the monument protection, the castle museum cannot be visited with a pram. We however offer the option to borrow a baby/toddler carrier bag at the entrance / Kassa. The carrier bags can be borrowed for the duration of your stay in the castle against payment of a deposit or giving us your ID card for the period of borrowing the child bag.


Dogs are welcome guests at our place! We would only like to ask you to keep the dogs on a leash! Dogs with an increased risk potential according to § 2 of the Lower Austrian Dog Keeping Act and conspicuous dogs according to § 3 Lower Austrian Dog Keeping Act must also be secured with a muzzle.

Card payment

with ATM and major credit cards is possible.

The entrance fees

flow 100% into the preservation of the Rosenburg.
Then as now, all measures are financed almost exclusively on a private basis. A part of the necessary financial resources is raised by the entrance fees.

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