The Esterházy Palace

themaEsterházy Palace in Eisenstadt is one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in Austria and presents a fascinating view of the resplendent life once lived at the court of the Princes Esterházy. But the palace is still the hub of the cultural scene today and regularly provides the picturesque backdrop for festivities and social events.more »

Bild: (c) Andreas Tischler

New: Haydn Ticket

The Haydn ticket includes two exhibitions and compellingly captures the life of Joseph Haydn, and the music, festivals and lifestyle at the Esterházy court. more »

Bild: (c) Roland Wimmer

New: Palace Tour

Take a look at the exhibition „The apartment of the Princess“, the Palace Chapel and the world famous Haydnsaal.more »

Classic Esterhazy 2017

Tradition and renewal - from Haynd to today
The year 2017 marks a turning point in the musical history of Esterházy Palace, because from January, just like in Haydn‘s day, there will be a resident orchestra in the Haydnsaal, and one that has been based in the region for the last 30 years: the Haydn Philharmonie. more »

Bild: (c) Andreas Hafenscher

Palace Boutique

Esterhazy just for you more »

Next events

22.04.2017 19:30


Concert arias by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven

Esterházy Palace | Haydn Hall

Marlis Petersen, soprano - Mark Minkowski, conductor- Haydn Philharmonie More »

14.05.2017 11:00


Mothers' day concert

Esterházy Palace | Haydn Hall

Nicolas Altstaedt, cello soloist and conductor - Haydn Philharmonie More »

19.05.2017 19:30 - 22:00


Chamber Orchestra of Europe

Esterházy Palace | Haydn Hall

Piotr Anderszewski, piano and conductor More »

11.06.2017 18:00


Berliner Philharmoniker

Esterházy Palace

Karajan-Akademie with Christian Zacharias More »

11.06.2017 11:00


Rolston String Quartet

Esterházy Palace | Haydn Hall

Winner of Banff International String Quartet Competition More »


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