Renngasse 4
1010 Wien
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Palais Schönborn-Batthyány: A Jewel of Viennese Baroque Architecture



The Palais Schönborn-Batthyány, located at Renngasse 4 in the 1st district of Vienna, is a magnificent Baroque building with Rococo elements. Built between 1699 and 1706 according to plans by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, it originally served the Croatian Field Marshal Adam II. Graf Batthyány. Later, it came into the possession of Friedrich Karl von Schönborn, who redesigned the interior and adorned it with artworks. Today, the palace is a cultural center that showcases contemporary art on the Bel Etage. It remains in the possession of the Schönborn family.

In Vienna, "Palais Schönborn" generally refers to this location, as opposed to the "Gartenpalais Schönborn" in the 8th district.

Available Spaces

Red Hall:
The most impressive hall. With 104m², it is suitable for events for 50-120 people.

Yellow Hall:
Harmonious, private atmosphere on 102m² for 50-110 people

Green Hall:
Perfect for smaller events for up to 40 people on nearly 60m²

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