Esterházy 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.
Weber, Dvořák, Haydn & Beethoven
Carl Maria von Weber: „Freischütz“-Ouvertüre Antonín Dvořák: Violinkonzert a-Moll op. 53 Joseph Haydn: Sinfonie Es-Dur Hob. I:103 „Mit dem Paukenwirbel“ Ludwig van Beethoven: „Leonoren“-Ouvertüre Nr. 3 op. 72bBenjamin Schmid, Violine | Antonello Manacorda, Dirigent | Internationales Orchesterinstitut Attergau | Jugendprojekt der Wiener Philharmoniker
St. Margarethen Quarry
Turandot: Opera in the Quarry 2021
Turandot 14th of July 2021 - 21st of August 2021 „Nobody shall sleep - Nessun dorma!“, with this, the famous aria of the prince begins. He sings about the dreaded Turandot and his ever growing flame of love for this merciless and fascinating woman. Giacomo Puccini succeeded in producing one of the best-known and most popular arias in opera literature, a masterpiece for every dramatic tenor.
Take a look at the exhibition „The apartment of the Princess“, the Palace Chapel and the world famous Haydnsaal.
The Haydn ticket includes two exhibitions and compellingly captures the life of Joseph Haydn, and the music, festivals and lifestyle at the Esterházy court.
Esterházy Treasure Chamber
In size, layout and appointments the Esterházy Treasure Chamber without doubt vies with the art and curio cabinets of the princely houses in the German-speaking regions.
Heroes - Treasures - Loot
The Esterházy Gallery of Ancestors presents one of the largest baroque ancestral portrait galleries in Central Europe. The paintings form part of the collections of Prince Paul I (1635–1713) from the seventeenth century.
Castle Tour with Weapon Collection
One of the largest private weapon collections in Europe testifies to the military tradition and endeavours of the Esterházy family as loyal allies of the Habsburgs.