Highlights of Esterházy Palace
The permanent Highlights exhibition presents exquisite objects from the Esterhazy collection and offers glimpses of how the princes lived and celebrated.
Major attractions include the Esterházy dynasty’s silverware (the world’s largest surviving Empire silver service produced by Würth in Vienna) and the last known console table from the workshops of Giuseppe Briati in Venice.
The exhibition also offers fascinating insights into how the palace was built. In some places the historic walls and floors have been uncovered, revealing many layers of history and a detailed glimpse of the architecture through 300 years.
the Esterházy silverware – the world’s largest surviving
Neoclassical silver tableware service – and a console
table from the workshops of Giuseppe Briati in Venice.
This exhibition also includes some fascinating glimpses of
the palace’s past in the building itself. In a few places the
original walls and floors have been uncovered revealing the
layers of history contained within an over three-hundredyear-